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-i V, 9 Klia..a Keevad- -O.'::'r.Matter rurida<< Kissimmee, Florida, Thursday, March\ _3, 1960 Fhae r..heu.ea nude, tw-S221 PRICE TEN CENTS

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Merchants Sponsor

March Bargain SaleDowntown wqr

merchants are sponsoring :Merchants and Executives Asso
1 sm : a March value event Fri- ciation.

day and Saturday, and during the Purpose of the meeting was *
two days the cooperating: stores discuss how local merchants can
will offer special values at remarkably effectively put on sales and oth r
low prices. bargain events periodically to offer r

Plans are now undereway to attractive merchandise to cu -
make thia sale event a monthly tomers at attractive prices.
Kti' attraction, according b Don Moorefield: said he plans to
ar Moorefield, manager of McCrory'a call a meeting of the merchants a
and chairman of the Chamber of association shortly to lay plan i
Commerce's merchant association. for another promotion on a city m
Moorefield and Paul Sanborn wide basis, possibly in ApnI.
chamber manager attended a For an inspection of some d
meeting this week in Orlando the bargains offered, look at the
with Richard Oberlin, executive full-page ad in this issue of the
director of the downtown> Orlando Gazette. 2 x s

Mrs. Dorothy Barber Pnrdy I _
who is her first i n>
completing ,
9t - :_
term as supervisor of registration Yacht Club Plans Yr"C

L P for Osceola County, said
yesterday that she will be a _

VEHICLE JACKKNIJo'ED-This tractor-trailer operating out of candidate for re-election: in the Costume DanceThe
Sanford N. jackknifed at the intersection of Broadway and May. 3 primary. Under Mrs.
Drury early Monday( morning, causing damage estimated at Purdy's administration voting
$15,000. (Staff photo) machines were acquired for use Tohopekaliga Yacht Clubis .i Most Comical Man". Costumeswill

in county elections. Five more planning a "Turn-About" costume be judged at 9 p.m. and no I -

were added this week, which party and dance'to be held one will be admitted unless in I

Tractor Trailer will equip each of the county March 12th at the American Le- costume. CAGERS WIN PAIR-The Osceola High School varsity basketball team trounced St. Cloud 30-27
precinct: for the coming primary Music will be furnished by the Saturday night in the gymnasium located in the Kissimmee Livestock Pavilion. The B team also beat
election. gion Hall from 8:30 till 12:30. Montereys. St. Cloud. The Kowboys lost the previous night to Ocoee, although the local B squad was victorious.In .
(Photo by 'Skinner) All men must dress as ladies Tickets will be sold in advanceto the picture from left to right are Kowboy cagers: Robert Carter, Roger Hord. Gary Mes!'cr,
Wrecked : and all ladies must dress as men. Yacht Club members and their Bob Stevens Ronald Moneyhan, Frank Glass Tom Wells Harold Woodall and Jerry Locke. (Photo
Monday Men's prizes will be awarded to invited guests. Tickets may be ob- by Jamison) rr'

QUALIFIES "The Most Beautiful Lady" and tained by calling Ruth Davis, TI
"The Most Comical Lady". Ladies' 6-7695; Clara Banks, TI 6-6051; fraternity and the Osceola Golf'

A tractor-trailer carrying 3 Childress cf Sanford. prizes will be awarded to "The Bob Childers, TI 6-2981; Lois Bill To and Country Club.
lead of dressed lumber, jackknifed Jack Childress was charged Most Handsome Man" and "The Gehrett TI 6-7161. Stephens He married the former Helen

at 6 aon. Monday at the with reckless driving. Beazley Palmetto in 1W1. They
intersection of Broadway and 4 have one son, Bill, Jr., who is in

Drury Avenue and did extensive Chief Best Awaits Seek School Post the ninth grade at Osceola High
damage to the vehicle and city Frank Lewis Metzger\ School. The Stephens live at

property. Police Chief Bob Best Succumbed MondayFrank 619 Palmetto Street in Kissimmee. -
reported. W B. (Bill) Stephens has an-'it, .

Best said the driver. Jack Lewis Metzger 86, of Pair Of EscapeesPolice nounced that he will seek the office CANDIDATE
Dempsey Childress, 30, of San. 122 South Rose Avenue Kissimmee George J. Schlofman
ford, N. C., was unhurt. He ea- ;, ( of Superintendent of Publio I
tim&ted damage: to the vehicle at passed away late Monday Instruction of Osceola County mI I Claimed By Death
evening after several weeks ill Chief Bob Best is wait-a
$14,060 and damage to an over the May primary. I I George Jacob Schlofman: 95, of
head light structure and curbing ness.A 420 Mabbette Street, passed away
owned by the city at $1,000. native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania ing.He read in the newspaper Tuesday Thespians Coming to Kissimmee as teach. I suddenly Tuesday morning.A .
and coach in 1949, Stephens
he was a resident of St. where two criminalshe er
The truck was owned by G. N.Movie morning native of Piqua, Ohio he had
Cloud for one year before movingto arrested in December on so.... is presently teacher, attendance I I been a resident of this community
Kissimmee 22 years ago. eight charges of breaking and entering To Present officer, and administrative assistant for the past 21 years.

MenuARCADE Active in church affairs, he wasa : had escaped from the cea- in Osceola High SchoolSince I He wts the oldest member of the \
member of the First Methodist tury-old; Schuyler County--. New Play Friday the inception of the summer Ki simmee All-
THEATER Church and treasurer' of the Men's York jail Sunday night program, he has been one ot' States Tourist

Bible Class. He was a member of The, report: said the pair whom the instructors for swimming ana % a Club, a life member -
NJ tpr_ J.Ia 3: 'Tonlght'. Th.F I the Kissimmee All-States.'Jotirist' Best had. turped over to. Mew The Thespians Troupe of Osc water safety to.JPHoximately :300 r ..-c of the Broth- i
'rt. iac. Mar 44: Caaton Riv"Invaiion Oren Broftvn, who i.i completing fork 'feuthonties, for thefts com ola: High School will pros &r.senie *Jildi p e") )'ear. Stephens! '.: ,. K Tota
;r.-I In' t ntu.I tb4/Ttl..' of t1Ib fw>dr Cjub.He was a retired gt'O'eryman his fourth... term -MIX .,,jQ ceol-. mitted there, used a truck and an andOld .sal a" .DpWjAt;(the .IJWge Conference. .. 1. motive Tiremen
*un.. Moa... Tut*.. Mar -7-8: i and a veteran of the Spanish. County iommis8icmer'of district automobile to" 'flee into Pennsylvania March 4th at 8 p.m. m fea tpi0nshl r baseball) team an .' "'\\1, .' a rfd -Bnginemen
Story W d. on Ttoitr Place Fri On*Sat.." Mar t-1Q. American War.Survivors one 'yesterday qualified as can- then stole a second car in Beals Auditorium at the school. 1992 and his team participates an ...... V t.;\ Lodge No. 9. Columbus -
11 and It: *l>o* *f 1.7aadera"CLOUDTHEATRE include daughter didate for re- leFtion in the their bid for freedom."If "Arsenic and Old Lace" presents the state tournament in 1953. '" 'p* : ," Ohio.
one May 3rd primary.FOOTLIGUT. back an amusing situation in Born: in Battow, Florida April ',,< ; ..<.;.1 the Railroad i
ST. CLOUDFrL Mrs. Clyde English, of Morgantown they are coming -
volving tw elderly ladies seem- 17, 1915 he is the son of Mr. and :; Crib and Ohio
SaL Mar 4-5: Th Wreckof West Virginia; one step through Pennsylvania Best sur- ing innocent in the ways and Mrs.\ Weldon Stephens. He received $ b ."... -'Cteb, both of St.
the Mary 1.are." son Carl R. Heatwole, of Park.' GUILD mised, "they will probably use evils of the world and their his elementary educationin ; y- Geo. Schlofman Cloud.
Sun ...., Mar7: 'Hut Not ersburg West Virginia. the same route they used when .
.1-f tjs He was engineer for the
For Me:' OFFICERS ELECTEDThe nephew Teddy.In the Bartow schools and was : ..
stole their to Florida T
Funeral services held they way tti" 43
were at Teddy's cloudy mind he be- graduated from the Summeriln J :.I Pennsylvania Railroad for
KISSIMMEE( BRIVE-IN 10:30 Wednesday from the back> in the Winter. .. l and was member of the
: a.m. organized lieves he is President Roosevelt. Institute in 1933. Stevens also attended I '! ... T.; .f years a
Grissom chapel, with the Rev. newly Footlight Sheriff Maurice F. Dean of First Methodist Church of Ki--
FrL-SU llar.4-5: "Tb Blob" andPaul Theatre Guild elected as officers "Arsenic and Old Lace" containsall Georgia Military College
Joa._" Henry A. Guy, minister of the Schuyler County, custodian of the humor and in Miliedgeville Georgia before r 'lt' 11. (BILL) STEPHE.'iSI simmee.
drama, romance -
.. for the President
Sun. M. Mar.7: Th Trap" coming season whom he described
.as Survivors include \
First Methodist Church officiat prisoners, of I his wife Mrs.
and Qw* r" make entering the University Fo-
Larry'C.. Gross Vice President any
Tu*. W.4, Tin..... Mar 8- -10AnnU : ing. The funeral party left Wednesday ; "dangerous", was so dbguuted evening necessary interesting and stima- ida from which he was graduaa I :If. ., :If. Iva Elizabeth Burris Schlofman.
Darrel Gill an
Get YOur Can" and 'High ; Treasurer Harry with the condition of his dipadi- Funeral held at
afternoon for Pittsburgh services were
1"Society latingone.. in 1939 with a B. A. E. <*2fc:wend
where ccmmittal services were to Englander;. Recording Secretary, dated jail that he transferred the Stephens, as a member of the 10:30 a.m. Thursday from the
The play is under the directionof in 1955 he received ins
Nina Sue Crowell; Corresponding prisoners to a Osceola Athletic Association: has Grssom with the Rev.
be held at 1 o'clock Friday at two remaining Chapel,
Mrs. Grace Makinson, a Thes- M. A. E. degree from this university
TEMPERATURES Funeral Home was in charge of Secretary, Lucille Burchfield. neighboring county jail and closedit who has directed ,. served as president and vice president Henry A. Guy, pastor of the First
Following the election of officers pian sponsor was
down.It ; he president of the Methodist Church officiating The
DATE II L R arrangements. Mr. Gross presented the his third breakout in many fine and outstanding plays. Prior t* enteringthe U. S. Ridge Conferrr: : ce i,d is currentlyits remains were placed in the Grt.som' .-
proposed) by-laws, and! after soave was Army Air Force in 1941 "he was secretary.. Stephens is a mem- Receiving Vault and will be
of the
Wed. F& 2-1 __ 73 41 1.00 four The names escapees -
Un ATTENDED RALLY discussion... they were unanimously years. teacher and coach in Ocoee, ber of the Florida. Educational shipped, in the spring, to Bradford
Thurs. Feb- 25 _._ 80 65 ..0.1FrL are Melvin E. Horton, 20, Dr. Beauchamp To
accepted. Members attendingthe Starke and Bradenton. During his Association and the Osceola
Feb. 26 ..__.., 76 50 and David Buckley, 17, both ol Ohio, for interment in the
h. I Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thackerand meeting enjoyed some brief Speak Sunday NightDr. 'oar-year service for his country, Classroom Teachers Association. I Bradford Mausoleum. Grissom
Sat. Feb. 27 _....... 78 50 .75 Monterey New York. .
Mrs. Jess Thacker attendedthe entertainment and refreshmentsafter the pair in Stephens served in South ...nuu. 'He is a former member of the Funeral Home was in charge of
Sun. Feb. 23 .. 80 6-1 .... The charge against
gubernatorial kickoff of John the business meeting. Mr. third George Beauchamp will ea, Africa, India and Europe. As Sebring Rotary Club and Volun- arrangements.Nat .
Mon. Feb. 29 78 42 New York state was
Tues. Mar 1 76 56 I McCarty in Ft. Pierce Tuesday Gross, who is a local! high schoolteacher mrglary. speak at the meeting of the Ethical pilot with the Air Transport teer Fire Department of whichhe
night expressed high hopes .ur "I'm on the lookout Chief Fellowship Society which will Command Captain Stephens made is now honorary member. I Goodwin ha- rtlrned! : to
---- ---- -- the success of the Footlight The- Best said yesterday "because be held Sunday, March 6th at 40 crossings of the Atlantic I He is a member of the First Chicago: 111 after visiting friend<
atre Guild. 7:30 pan. in the Orange Blossom Ocean with no losses of aircraft Methodist Church; of Kissimmee. I liked
they our jails.
Response by interested persons Community House. or men. I Stephens is a member of the ATO p Orlando.
3 has been very good and the initial --
membership ii 43 persons.
swt Jess Thacker Returns
Mr. Gross also stated that plan
are getting under way for the From Washington TripMrs.
first production to be given sometime -
in September of this year. : Jess Thacker city commissioner -
The next regular meeting of the returned Sunday night
group will be held at the Osceola from Washington D. d, where
High School Library on March tb she had made a business and
pleasure trip.

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B a 8Kissimmee 5

Highlands f : .

Offers Remarkable b Y

Home Buy To Public rf a :;:

A truly remarkable home -value: home they are extending a cordial : I

will be previewed at Kissimmee invitation to Osceola Counti- {
Highlands Sunday. ans to visit the new home at any
Pete Mahler, Bob Samuel and time starting today; 4
Milt Binstohk, the young and dynamic "We would like for the public

developers of the rapidly to see the great progress we have p 5Y -. .
growing community north of the made in Kissimmee Highlands as 5
city will show a new threebedroom well as inspect our new home KJ r1 +
with two tile baths"horna value" the developers said. 1t
that will sell for 9,2SO including Over 90 families are now HVY-*
lot. in Kissimmee Highlands} whicn .
"W now not only are Offeringthe was started as a development si i e f'Y' iF

best home for the.'lQ ney," November., 1958.
'.. the developers said, "but} we are A new elementary school. to 44
also offering the best.terms. The be known as' Highlands Elementary <. y t.S .
new home will be FHA financed, School, is now under construction =
which: is also a new arrangementThe on Donegan Avenue,
new home, which will Le r

open from 9 aan. to 6 pjn. Sunday Sales Tax Collections ,
features sliding glass doors,
KILL MOCCASIN-Four boys came across a four-foot cotton awning window and wall-to-wall Show Large Gain

month moccasin Thursday afternoon, and promptly killed it with carpeting in addition to carports Sales tax collections in Osceola ,
a krge club The snake measured well over four feet and wuthr.e Y :1';
and and the Kissim _'
storage usual County In 19S9 amounted to.$310- ,
Left right in the above Bobby
inches thick. to photo are. .( ;-> ffin
Barrette 11. James Volmar 12 and Robert Shytle 1%.- The snake mee Highlands home extra 934.32, a* compared with $266,* -
was killed near the home of Tommy Kimmel. 109 Canterbury Lane The developers Said that while 132.02 'collected, in 1958. according TO APPEAR HERE-The Mel-Ean Tenet of Brevard County will play at the Youth Center dance Saturday night from 8:30 to 12.
Tommy *tu is II, helped kill the snake but was not present when Sunday will be the actual opem.ts to figures released: by Ray. "/ E. Admission will be 75e each with the doors opening at 8:00. The Mel-Ean Tones will be making their initial appearance in Kissim
the photo waa taken. (Photo by Al Hunt) day for the nflr'FHA' financed Green, state comptroller. nee, but are known through their television appearance* on Channel and having played *- "j. Cloud.

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MONTHLY INCOME 5hatawa'l./ DON'T. BORROW. >k-.,' .


RETURNED IN FULL Mrs. Dewey Funkhouser claimsto Raulerson, !t rs. Schulze, Mrs. Au- war BORROW MONEY
WITHIN ONE YEAR hare seen enough snow to last drey Mossman, John.Taylor, Mrs. .
ADD TO YOUR INCOME- her the refit of her life last Hilda Wall, Mrs. Pyle, Mrs. Dorothy -
WHY ACCEPT LESS week she was called to Republic Hardin. x
ALL LOANS ARE Ohio by the death of her brotherin AND TROUBLE
cCIIRF( law, Frank Yennie and enroutewas
snowbound at Chattanooga, Piano Recital Is To

Tennessee for 12 hours arrivingat Be Held .
Republic just three hours be- WILL FOLLOW .;
fore the funeral then on the Myrtilla F. Beak will
return trip a semi truck jack- present a group of pupils in a
knifed on the slick road in frontof piano recital Tuesday, March 8th,
COME IN, WRITE the bus in which she was at 8 p.m. at Myrtilla F. Beals BIG CATCH-The fishing was good in Lake Tohopekaliga Sundayas
OR CALL FOR FURTHER into it the Auditorium at Osceola High evidenced in the above photo. Edgar Padgett and Mrs. Jo Ann
INFORMATIONAH riding, killed and School. Block of Dellwood Park caught: the limit in specks totaling 50 Don't believe a word of it,'re .
driver of the bus was
sized Shown with the fish in above left
Those will be good ones. photo arc to
Fmmtt Hrrrlv By participating .
March ISlfc. DIM will 21 persons including Mrs. Funk- right, Marlene Padgett, 1%, Bill Padgett, 8, and Brad Padgett, 6. "
pay .......t fr.. March let. houser, were hospitalized at Rich Diane Martha Sessions, Kathy Prentice, (Staff photo) If in a "tight, yo' awl cum
Lyons, Suzanne Lockwooa,
LOANS Acwetetf Iron COUPON ; mond, Kentucky. After two daysin
Only. CLIP AND MAIL TODAY Joan Nace, Marene Wells, Connie
the hospital she finally madeit
Insured Capital Corporation on home suffering from a Lee Godwin, Robin Schmidt, Mrs.'Emily Gross Concert Presented At and see "OK" Perkins.
1644 E. Colonial Dr. Orlando deep facial gash and numerous Letha Ahn James, Betty Lee
Ph. CH 12579BRUSH bruises.Mr. James, Jane McClosky, Carol Ann Passed Away TuesdayMrs. KAST Club TuesdayThe .

i'J.-L c.lon.a' Sriv:3rlan: ..-Fla.Nano .--- Barro Dawkins, Mark Beverly Sessions.Whalen, Ray Emily Boyce Gross, 74, If he can't the for J<
and Mrs. Johnny Cody and usual half hour of com- get dough you ,
___ died her home 619 Mabbetta
New Jersey The, is invited. at ,
were called to Lodi public cordially munity singing opened the meet-
Addra..r.cia ...._....._..- this week by the death of John- Street, Tuesday morning. She was ing of the Kissimmee All-States
born in Chicago I1L and movedto nobody
ny's brother, Ted. Tourist Club Tuesday night This can.
rn n Heard by the way of the graPe- Christian Women Kissimmee 40 years ago. Mrs. was led by Jay Ruffner with Mrs. : ....,
vine that Cot Yancey who mad Hold Council Meet Gross was a member of the in- Maude Dunsmore at the piano. t<
dependent Order of Foresters, 1 .. .
so many friends here during the Rev. and Mrs. Maurice Grigsbywere ... J
The Women's Council of the Denver Colo.
been, promotedto
war has recently saluted wed-
their 40th
First Christian Church her husband on NATIONAL
Brigadier General.Dr. met at She is survived by :
e H. P. Amos attended the the home of Mrs. Julius Smith George L. Gross, Kissimmee; two ding anniversary
meeting of the Relief and Annuity with Mrs. Jennie Phillips as co- sisters, Mrs. Henry Pratt, La Rev. Grigsby gave a sermonette "
Board of the Southern Baptist hostess. Cresenta, Colo., and Mrs. Josephine on "A Spiritual Tonic" and an- : LOAN & FINANCE COMPANY
Convention held last week at Mrs. Devoy Kesler, vice presI- V. Higdon, of Kissimmee, and nounced the death of Frank Meizer r .
Dallas, Texas. Dr. Amos is the dent, presided and gave an in- several nieces and nephews. and George Schlofman, A PHONE TI 6-7801
Florida member of the board, spiring devotional, using as tier Funeral services will be held in tribute was paid to their memory.It :

having served two' terms of three topic "Christian Women Go Call the chapel o{; Riedel Funeral was announced that an ice :. Broadway at Darlington over McCrory 5&10...,KisSimmee. ,
t'oc cote each.Birthday. ing". Home Thursday at 2 p.m. with cream tournament will be held ( -
01311C years congratulations this Others attending were Mmes.: Rev. Fred Toms, pastor of the Thursday at 1:30 p.m. The Gris- Loans Made In All Nearby Towns .
wa week are being sent to Jim Mc- Ada Whitesitt, Vera Miller, Em- Church of the Nazarene, offici-: som Tournament of ladies' and : -> :
; ._____ Laughlin, Mae Bass, Jimmie Phi-) ma Chitwood, Amelia Keck, Dor- ating. men's doubles will be held next Florida Owned and Florida'Ope ted .

lips, Mrs. P. K. Weaver, Larry othy Burrows, Beulah Burns, Interment will be in Rose Hill week.A : Also Four Convenient! Offices in Cocoa,*Ft, Pierce,
Dupree, Gary Phillips, Ed Rohde, Lloyd Lucas, George McGowan, Cemetery under the direction of dance will be held Thursday< .
Murray Overstreet .Jr., Jan Rog- Walt James, Eddie Partin, ru- Riedel Funeral Home. night and all are invited to av- :. Melbourne'and Titusville., >: :":'., )
0 ers, Ronnie' Mann, Sonny Lawson, gene Simmons and Zola Nash. ".J'- '. ..'. '

Charles Eby. Mrs. V. W. Ed. Mrs. Melba M.\ Dr ggoo tend.Mrs.. Eva Borghi reported 31 : :.-: \ .. "

wards: Doc Partin Marvin Drig- Presbyterian Ladies Died On ThursdayMrs. tables at play at the card game .'. . '. -, . '. .' .' : . . : "
gers, Ken Murphy. A. H. Essington onMday night with high scores ; '
Mrs. Grady Babb and John To Serve LuncheonThe Melba Marie Draggoo, 45' being held by the following: con- ; ; "
Cadet Best wishes to eahc of you. Jennie Hutton Circle of of Lake Cecile, Kissimmee, passed tract, Mrs. G. H. Miles; 500, Mrs.
On the sick l list this week we the First Pre i iterlan Churcn away suddenly Thursday after- Flossie Read; euchre, Barney Gu-

find will serve a luncheon to the puo- noon. ber; pinochle, Mrs. Eva Borghi; SPECIAL
Patients admitted from Febru- lic on Tuesday, March 8th, at .A native of Hesperia, Michigan .canasta, Mrs. Adolph Widholm.It "
ary 22, 1960 to February 29 at 1 pan. she had been a resident cf announced that the
the Kissimmee Hospital included There will be music and enter- this community for the past five was
Kim Thogmartin, Isaac Tyson. tainment and a special table set months. membership to date is 90S.

Mrs. Helen Larson, )Irs. Tony for the Men's Club and their She was a registered nurse anda The monthly meeting of the Downtown) Bargains
Lou Smith, Morris Nelms Mrs. friends. graduate of Mercy Hospital board of directors will be held
Lettie Farley, W. C. Farley, Mrs. Tickets at $1. The proceedswill Nursing School, Muskegon, Mich- Monday, March 7, at 10 a.m.
Rowena Knechel, William Maer. go to the building fund. igan. Mr. Ruffner introduced Mr. S.
Mrs. Mary K lle, Mrs. Ruby Survivors include her husband, Bell, director of the Winter Park TWO DAYS ONLY FRI. & SAT. .
Combs, Mrs. Esther Glass. Truitt Braxton Is Leonard Earl Drnggoo, of Kis Concret Orchestra and a lovely
Carla Elaine Miller, Houston simmee Terrence Drag
; one son concert was then presented.:
Coclter, Miss Jean Granger; Named To Sorority goo, U. S. Army, Fort Benning, :'f.-j
i James Clark. Truitt' Vk Braxton, daughter of Ga.; one daughter, Mrs. LaLyrmaLois J 25 GOOD USE '
Michael Browning, James Baxter Mrs. Jensie Braxton Walters, a:. Loss, Ann Arbor, Michigan; Baptist Circle
N. Ray Carroll.J. Cloud, was initiated into the her mother, Mrs. Helen Wad,
1I Q i e Milton Cooper, Mrs. Leona Gamma Theta chapter of Alpha Muskegon. Michigan; three brothers 111 et. Last Week

Spencer, Alien Baker, Edward Gamma Delta February 21st William Wade, Cleveland,
Women's Circle of the
McLean, Mrs. Christine Baisden.At Truitt, an honor student of St. Ohio; Carl Wade and Ivan Waae, Business
the Osceola Hospital: Cloud High School, 1959, is a both of Muskegon; three sisters, W.M.U. of the First 22 Baptist Mrs. TV SETS
Church met February at
Mrs. Trudie Keith, G. Gibson, freshman at Florida Southern Mrs. Wanda Kampeaga and Mrs. Olin Porter's home.
Mrs. M. Riling, Mrs. Bessie !:Ul- College at Lakeland. She pledgedto Margaret O'Grady, both of Den-
lock, Thomas Norris, Mrs. T. Zie- Alpha Gamma Delta :n. cc1oober ver, Cola and Mrs. Ardith Greeneof Mrs. Fred Littlefield gave the
N' BUCKET mann, Mrs. J. Tobias, Mrs. Lil- 1959 and went through a Michigan. program" on "Baptist Missionary
lian Parker. period of pledgeship for a sem- Funeral services were held at Work.
PAINT SHOP Mrs. .Georgia; Starling, Mrs. ester at which time she had to 2'30 p.m. Monday\ from the Gns- Others present were Mrs. Lucius
Mary Green, James Ross, Mrs. maintain a specified scholastic som chapel. Interment was in Os Lanier, Mrs. Tom Addison, Mrs.
14 BRYAN ST. PH. TI 6-8373 Elsie McPherson, Mathew Oles- average. ceola Memory Gardens. Grissom Gerald Croxton, Mrs. Howard $ 50 and up .

-. kow, 'Mrs. S. Lockard, Mrs. Daisy Funeral Home was in charge ox Hall, Mrs. Juanita Beemer and

',,: : : .-.- -X-:, : .-::_ _71._ -.u.- .. .,' Staley, Mrs. Olive' Laughton. Leap Year Party arrangements. Miss Margaret Barnes.
J Hosner, Rhoda Grostic, Yulee ..

.. -.. Held The Thrift Monday Home Demonstration Sister of Mrs. Riedel ister and his brother had pr&Y Reconditioned and Guaranteed
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..-.,- - -- - -- .-- Club of Kissimmee entertainedthe Died At OrlandoMrs. ceeded about 15 to 20 feet down ;"
home demonstration clubs of Augusta Emily Peterson, .the Register driveway, then .
NOBODY BUT NOBODY UNDERSELLS the county with a leap year party 83, resident of Orlando for the Franklin apparently decided to -
Monday afternoon at the livestock past 41 years, died in an Orlando go back and check for any mail PARKS (: i
OPEN Farmers M rket pavilion. hospital: Friday morning. She is in the mail box across the road. : ;

The hall was beautifully decorated survived by one son, Clarence A. At this time the track driven
Thursday Noon under the supervision of Peterson of Orlando; one SISter, by Crier had halfway past
Till 9 Pm. and Auction Mrs. Frank Pyle. Mrs. Clara Riedel of Kissimmee; the driveway and Franklin in Ills FURNITURE CO.

Friday & Sat. Mrs. Emogene Smith, president, one niece, Mrs. Frieda Bass, and hurry ran into' the truck apparently -
.; ORLANDO, FLORIDA welcomed the guests and narratedthe two nephews, Carl RiedeL of Kis- catching his leg betweenthe

ear Noon Till ROUTE 50 WEST (w. Colonial mock wedding with its elao- simmee and Robert Riedel Jr. of left front fender and tire, KISSIMMEECONTRACTOR ;, :. ,
j r r C/C1 Midnight.SUNDAY Dnn) orate ceremony.: Mrs. Mary Kerr West Palm Beach, and two grand- causing the injury. No charges {
''E i D 11 S """ Turn North at Incinerator .!V4 Mile served as pianist for her talented children. are being preferred.
I band. Funeral services were held in
.' lullllu& 1::& 1 till 6pm I I Out of High Rent District I All participants were elegantly the chapel of Black Funeral Homein
... dressed and caused much merriment Orlando at 2:30 p.m. Saturday
with Dr. Luther L Price, associ-
rII STAY YOUNGGo Mrs. Mary Kerr poured and the ate pastor of the First Presby-
officers of the club served delicious terian Church, officiating. .
refreshments to over 50 Enterment was in Woodlawn cl t
I.- Fishing guests. Memorial park under the direc- e ne ;1f

__ tion of Riedel Funeral Home o? _

MIRRORLURES Fresh or Salt Water 97c Lecturer Says Spiritual Kissimmee.

Thinking EssentialTo Boy Struck By Truck -BRONSON I

HeRELCn Coast Guard No-I00 No.33 Satisfaction
Thursday Afternoon
Quick Electric Approved Johnson ZEBCO Spiritual thinking and living are. aG E N _ Boat Spin Reel essential to the attainment of Franklin Emory Register, nine
Shaver Cushions H th Line j SPA Reel year old sen of )fro and Mrs. Le-
true satisfaction, Ella H. Hay of
It.f.$31.50 Rt'f.UUS Reg. $SoU Reg. $17.95 Reg.$19.95 Indianapolis, Ind., declared in a land Minute Register, was struck by a
Maid Corporation truck
$19.75 $14.95 $2.69 11.00 SI1.'S public ence last lecture Sunday.on Christian Sci- driven by Talmadge Edgar Grier

Man has God-given ability, she of Apopka Thursday, February
No. 300 with 2 spools 25, road 530. z
on state a
MITCHELL Only $16 95 said, to use divine power and gain
._ :.. Re* 132.50 dominion over all that would ob- Franklin suffered a compound
rA' struct real satisfaction. fracture of the right leg and was
T"> H ED DON. SOUTH BEND. ACTIOn ROD. TRUE TEMPER taken to Orange Memorial Hos
Speaking under the auspices of
.... :; RODS 40% OFF LIST PRICE Christian Science Society of Kis pital in Orlando where he is recovering
splendidly under the car.cnmstances
simmee, Mrs. Hay addressed a
N.Air; ) :' Mattresses Values Sg.95teaa large group in the Community Dr. Joseph C. Flynn,

Y. r up to $23.501 S House. A members of the Chris- attending physician said.
tian Science Board of Lectureship State Highway Patrolman Otis
City. LanfleyUronson ., REELS 50% OFF List Price she was introduced by Ray Stray- Lastinger, who covered the accident
related the circumstances as
er.Fewer people now than in the follows: OPEN HOUSE Saturday and Sunday, 1001 Lavon St. '

No. 302Re past, the lecturer said, believe that The driver Crier, bad begun to .
( House North of Oak Laron
: ; *. $3935 lasting satisfaction can be foundin *Ww down upon (lighting the on )

materiality but many still look halted, school bus ahead. Before New 3 bedroom house with large ceramic tile bath: ,Large living room adjoins din
,*. nding Nets 89s flay 6- for it everywhere except In the Ee had come to a complete stop ing area family room; Terrazzo floors. Modern kitchen with built-in appliances.
the bus started moving,.
Fleats lie ea.l Leaders 9C right direction. again so
:Aluminum\ Rf' s.n Car and'i\ carports Large utility room.
Mrs. Hay held that human bond presuming the way was clear,
-. REG. $7933 age to fear sin and disease is Qrier began to slowly; regain '
elf-imposed and that spiritual speed. Completely Air-Conditioned and, Centrally H eat$

38 SOFA BEDS $39,95 understanding of God is the rem- In the meantime Franklin Reworks -
: edy. Built on a 70x135-ft.: landscaped lot with city sewe .a d city water. Ilas4l5-:,-ply

-Chr tian Science, discovered built-up roof and awning windows. ,: t ...1*f*
and founded by Mary Baker Eddy, of Christ Jesus, enables the -
All Merchandise Sold On Money Back Guarantee shows that an honest, humble seeker to atiEzte divine power in
$14- 500
search to understand God, to obey the,'details of experience and thus. i
His commands, and to discern the gain true'satisfaction," she de- .
significance of the words and clared.


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4 The Kissimmee Gazette, Thnrsdax, March 3, 1960
.: Cub Scouts Hold
Woman's Club Hears
0 RI D THEKISSBBIEE batch Large Pack :Meeting Q I'

4 The Kissimmee Cub Scouts had< I
4 \ GAZETTE kiJJi"ee / the largest pack meeting to date 0

A J.k. H. Perry ITcwapaperOffices -, T Book Review TuesdayMSgt. when they met Thursday night

rAM k. at .the First Methodist Church
: 24-26 Stewart Ave.Q eit educational 'buildin .
Telephone TTiden -2221 .
Q -
(+ l9so The Kissimmee Woman's Club Hettinger St. Cloud, Mrs. David Several parents, new to cub z S Su

'4 Entered aa Seeon4 Class Malt Matter M met Tuesday afternoon at Hart Morrison, New York, Mrs. Anna scouting, were introduced. They
In the Post Office at KUalmrn**. F1aPublished t Memorial Library with Mrs. Call included Mr. and Mrs. Bob Evans,
: By RITA HUNT Kenton presiding.Mrs. Fitzgerald, Washington Indiana air and Mrs. OWe Stanley, Mrs. ,

Thursdays at Kiasimmee; Fiona BEMwnTjEWELRY Henry Guy gave the devo and Mrs. Hugh Atkins. A. E. Jligley Dr. and Mrs. Derald
STORE will
move to its new location at
109 Broadway In about two weeks. Benton's will occupy one half ofthe tional, using as her topic "n hen Mrs. Hewen Lassiter introducedMrs. Kahler, Mrs. Walter Webber an d

LEO SCHUUAKER apace "with Wilder Music Store which 'has been at that location Things Go. Wrong": I George Bradshaw who gave Joe Suldo.

Editor add ManagerSUBSCBIPTION for several years. Benton announces a giant clearance sale beginning Mrs. George McGowan spoke I an interesting review of the book]

with..the next issue of The Gazette. They have ordered all new merchandise to the club, thanking them fur "This Is The South" by Robert LEGAL NOTICE

BATES -_ tot their new display room which win more than triple their their continued support of the West Howard.

Six[ months $.50; one year, $4.00; two years $7.00 present space Wood paneling inside and a new store front and Girl Scouts. i ilIra. Hostesses were Mmes.!. William

window display are BOW in process of being completed. Watch for Kenton reported that the' Sussenberger, chairman; Charles LEGAL NOTICEIn t1LLL ORLANDO GOLLECLr

.. Benton' sale announcement next week and grand opening of the new city had presented them with the i Foster, Gustav Bacharach, P. O compliance with the provision r

u : ,., store in about a month. deed to the property on which tile Wall, J. J. Tyson, Joe Oglesby of Section Registration g.051, Books Florida for Statutc0.the Voters

OSCEOLA SEPTIC TANK located on Bermuda Ave. near Vine club building will be erected. Mal Lamb, W. G. DeRamus, Stanley will be open each weekday In the t

4 St. at Satterfield Lumber Co, is a new firm in Kissimmee. Owned Visitors introduced were I Irs. ] Evans, Henry Gilruth, Frame office of. the begiaain6arch Supervisor. KicslmmeeFlorida. .,

and operated by W. T. Jordan and George McCullers, formerly of J. R. Wells and Mrs. George Knapp, H. B. Allen, George Mc 1990 through. April 2nd J960, inclusive -

t.iheJ 6 Vero Beach, the firm sells, installs and services septic tanks in this Bradshaw of Orlando, Mrs. Louise Gowan and Miss Rhea PherIgo. The office hours of the Supervisor -

area. They have special equipment to electrically clean drain lines of Registration on the above DON'TWAIT
dates will be follows
aa : Mondaysthrough
and they will vacuum clean septics by their odorless method. They Friday. S A. D[. to 1 J
guarantee no lawn damage, when they remove roots and sludge from :> o'clock noon and from 2 P. }I. till 61
Laa 6 p M. Saturdays. S A. D[. till U UNTIL
drain lines. They are members of the Contractors association of Vero o'clock 80",. In addition the office
Beach where they have been in business for the past 10 years. Theyare Y will be open Monday and W' dn.s- .
day erenioKS from 7 P. M till II
on call 24 hours and the number is TI 6-3969. P MBejdnnlnr. THIS

RICHARDS' SPORT SHOP announces that the winner of the April 2nd.. 1)69 the
ROOSEVELT RIDES AGAINC. registration books wilt be closed
drawing for a $29.95 tackle box was Walter :Medlin of Benita St. <;
SI. Butcher of the local Greyhound Bus Sta- until five (5) day after the second HAPPENSCheck
genial operator George Lewis drew the numbers. t Primary Election which will ,
tion, gave me a list of figures the other day that were eye-opening. be held May %Ub. A. D. I960.
KISSIMMEE AUTO EXCHANGE had a big grand opening this A
collected the local stationas roof
The list was the exact amount by Greyhound damage
week and the new Renault agency does a lot to dress up Broadway. Supervisor of Registration
Federal the calendar transportation on bus tickets at a. rate of 10 percent In the story about the Grand Opening last week,, one name'was inadvertently ., Osceola County aIX /= before it starts!

for years omitted from the list of
employees. He is Everett
The total was $3,664.67. That is a lot of money, especially when THE COURT OF THE COUNTY A ceiling leak is a hidden
Kissimmee, who is a mechanic at Kissimmee Auto Exchange. JUDGE. OSCEOLA COUNTY,
one stops tb remember that this particular tax was imposed in wartime a roof leak for years before
-during a war that ended nearly sixteen years ago. / it shows up in ruined wall A 1
railroad fares local people ;: the tax by our
"Add this to paid on .
JOHN C. RAfeMUSSEN. Deceased ter. By the time you see it, it
and you can see that it is not only a sizeable amount," Butcher said, (" NOTICE TO CREDITORS has already done damage

"but a ridiculous thing that we have allowed to happen." !i'J' vaA TO ALL CREDITORS LEGATEE, to your structural timbers. I
Roosevelt rides again, and again, and again. DISTRIBUTE, AND ALL PERSONS .
HAVING CLAIMS OR DKMANDS You may have a hidden
\ : AGAINST SAID ESTATE: roof leak right now!A
I had a long talk with Pete Mahler the other day. Pete along r "' '' '.:.. You and eachof you are hereto '
; '.
1' notified .
and required to present q\v U
with Bob Samuel and Milt Binstock, are developing a city just out "q' ,;:1./.r any claims which you or either of .
side the city. I have always admired these boys because when they i ? -, you may hare against the estateof '
q ff .<< < John C. Rasmussen, deceased,
say they will do something, they do it. (They asked for city utilities, .i late of Osceola County Florida to
and when they didn't get them, developed their own). t":; the County Judge of said Countyat

A new elementary school! to take care of some 75.children livingin ''' .<< his office. Florida In the,Court within House eight aKlseimmee. PLAY

Kissimmee Highlands is now under way, and there are some 75 calendar months from the date of SAFE "
the first publication of this No- -
more pre-school children ready to enter shortly after the new schoolis tice. Each claim -or demand must CALL US FOR A FREE
completed. be in writingand must state the
) s .; place of residence of the claimant INSPECTION Tel. 0-0000
Ultimate aim of this trio dynamic, developers is 750 homes in ; and must be sworn to by the
Kissimmee Highlands, and !if their past performance is any criterion, 1 r b. 1 his agent or attorney, or the
:;;. same will become yoid according to
it will come to pass in the very near future. law BASS

Makes one wonder: that if the city of Kissimmee doesn't do any- y nd ThU tbe 29th day of February

thing about taking such fast growing areas into the city 4f these TO APPEAR ON TY-11I-Sgt. Richard W. Schwartz and family, mo. HULDA 3. RASMUSSEN ROOFING
areas will consider taking Kissimmee into their city limits in a few r 414 Poinciana Circle, will appear on WLOF-TV channel Orlando, Executrix of the Estate of
John C. Rasmunaen decease,
years? :.",",'. -.: next Sunday, March 6th at 3 p.m. They will describe some of their J.lurrayV. Overstreet. Jr. !08 S. Bermuda
pR experiences in the 1956 flood which hit Kissimmee and surrounding KIs.Attorney for Executrix TI 7.2371
Talking about Kissimmee Highlands, something new has been w w4.i ,tf y ir. areas. The 30-minnte program is being presented by the American lmmee. Florida 3/S/10/17/2

added. This is a thne-bedroom, CBS home-offering two completetiled x ? ,# ,Red Cr ss. Left to right in the above photo are, Harko 16, Mrs.
bathrooms, sliding glass doors, wall-to-wall carpeting, awning Schwartz: (Augufcte) and Sgt. Schwartz. Standing in front is :NOTICE TO rBKIJITOHS
BPW MEMBERS are conducting the Red Cross Fund Drive in Michael 6. (Staff photo) 1'
In the Court of the County Judge,
windows and a dozen other unusual features not found in homes for
the Kissimmee business area. Pictured above as they prepared 3500 'fit Osceola 'County. Florida ,
amazingly low $9,280 including FHA financing and lot. IX RE
This should really "be a spurt in the growth of the 'area, which letter for mailing -are, seated, left to right: Mrs. Dorothy Purdy, :Schwartz Family To Appear on TV Sunday IAWRENCE. ROGERS
Mrs. Beulah Burns, Mrs. Gertrude Rightmire and Miss Rhea Pberigo. Deceased.To .
has seen 90 families move in since it was started a slight 13 all
Creditors. Legatees, DIstributees. -
months Standing, left 'to right, Mrs. Lula Barber, Mrs. Ruth Medd and Mrs. Richard W. Schwartz' stationed at Rheinmain for three and alt Persona having P,

You ago.owe it to yourself to go out anytime between? pow and 6 p.m. Avis Griffon, president of the club The letter was prepared by Bob and his family who live at 41- : years. Auguste, his wife[ was Claims Estate: or Demands against said< 0

Sunday and take a look at this bargain.. You don't find many such Berliosky, fund chairman for the county. Tom Rightmire assisted Poinciana Circle, gill appear on a born in Frankfort, Germany only Tau and each of you are hereby;
with the of the stamping envelopes. photo) present
buys around any more. half hour television show presented 30 miles from where they will be any claims which you or either of
- being near by the American Red Cross stationed. Their two sons, Harko, you, may have airainst tbe estateof I
Leading Clothing
egan Ave. by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoke. They plan to have only Lawrence \\'. Rogers, deceased.
Sunday at 3 p.m. on WLOF TV 16, and Michael 6, will attend late of Osceola County. Florida to ManalaoturerRecommends
YOUNG MEN: ten trailers to start with and are busy installing electrical facilities
IN MEMORIAM channel 9 in Orlando. school at the base where they the County Judge of said County at
In loving; memory of our dear for these. They have taken over the cabinet division of Manufacturing his office in the Court House at
THERE'S AHIMPORTANT DfothrrD1ta. IraBas0. whopas.edarvat Industries, Inc., in the PX building at the Kissimmee Airport and are They will tell of some of their will live. I Kiaslnrmee. Florida within eight SANITONEDry
+ Feb- :The family lived in calendar months from the date of
.twa.y7rara agOL in with C.'Brucei Hoke builds custom .cabinets Installs experiences during the flood formerly .
ruary 28 1958. {Sadly missed, partnership Floyd the flmt publication of this ,Notice Cleaning
I FUTURE but rawer forgotten by your formica and +Vices rnillWork. McCrory 'and Bruce are located in which hit Kissimmee in 1956 and Reading 1 Pennsylvania before Each claim or demand mint' be in
All Weathervane
suits tail-
Florida. writing and must state the pla ..
daughter coming to expect
the and for the several months have been of the services to this community They
MAROUERITP KANE same building past manufacturing of residence of the claimant and ored by Handmacher-Vogel,
FOR MEN WHO FLOSSIE WARNER furniture. by the Red Cross. There will be to drive from Kissimmee to New must be sworn to by the claimant Inc., world's largest makerof
his agent or attorney, or the
CALLIE NEID GRAY LADY CLASSES will begin in ApriL Mrs Donald Norton five other persops from the central Jersey and take a government will become void according t. law suits will carry string

I WEAR THESE report that there is a need for at least 20 Gray Ladies to work in,the Florida area on the show plane from there to Germany. This the JJth day of February tags, recommending that the
with them. While in New Jersey they. will USO, suit be Sanitone
local hospitals. A six-hour training course and one-day orientation FRANCES BAILEY ROGERS Dry Cleaned"to
WINGSAS CARD OF THANKS at the hospital are requirements for Gray Ladies. Age U no factor Sgt. Schwartz is a weather visit friends and relatives. Executrix of the Estate of keep the 7 If[ -you wish to enroll in the next Gray Lady Course, call Mrs. Donald forecaster for the U. S. Air Force ';1'hey'plan to make their homein Lawrence W. Rogers 3/3/18/17/24 deceased texture and freshness of the
My thank and suit"
PILOT ORNAVIGATOR to each and heartfelt everyone gratItude wko Norton at TI 6-6999. and has' been stationed at McCoy Kissimmee again at the end

in any way eased my Morrow OBEBRY PARK now has an office located on the premises opposite Air Force Base for the past five of their overseas duty YOUR HANOMACIIER
in the loss of STORE
husband. KISSIMMEE
my the Rodeo Motel on Hwy. 17-92 south. Frank Hollingworth years He was not on duty the a IS

JWR& Lora K. STOUT lad a trailer moved to- the site and large highway signs are being night of the flood but was at I PERSONS, Inc..

erected on each side. home and gave much assistance Elks ScholarshipTo 2 Norris Cleaners is your San

IN .. S-SGT. PAUL ZUEGG of the USAF Recruiting Service will be at to his family and neighbors when Be Offered Here fl,; a- Q ?itone County.Dry Cleaner in Osceola

he local post office the first and third Mondays of each month.. He the high waters came. He and ,. doubled the They capacity have recently of San-

THE U.S. AIR! FORCEFind GRADUATETHENFLYU.S. will answer questions about the armed forces. His phone in Orlando is his family are leaving for Ger- Osceola High School students itone Cleaning equipment to

GArden. -7068. many next month and will be who hope to win a National 2 provide you with the latest

out about your opportunities Foundation Health Scholarship in dry cleaning methods.

as an Aviation Cadet must file applications by April 1 .,,, -' -- ---. ,
See your Air Force AIR FORCEAsk 1, it was announced yesterday by : "- -'-- --- --- '7-
Recruiter today tSSgt. your local r.erult.r about your b Mrs. Jack Perkins, chairman of r
ooeortunltiM Aviation Cad.t b the Osceola County Chapter. ;
( 0 0. )Irs. R. Elmo Griffin haas been
E. Zuegg
USAF Recruiting Serviceat USAF S-Sgt, Paul E. Zuegg 4 rMr named chairman of the scholarship .fi.w.4 ,,, ik -
Recruiting Serviceat
the t drive in Kissimmee.The .
10 a.m. to the r .
office r -
post 10 to ,
12 noon, first and third Mondays 12 first a.m. more than 500 scholarships, 0 ,
and third
each month or phone Ion- made possible by the New March

Orlando GA 5-7068 days Qrlando each month GA 5-7068 or hone : >r of Dimes will be awarded*In eras .Q4P45: BIRTNSTONLcIS MORRIS CLEANERS

fields of nursing, physical therapy oFT>rlvrtit3RINO5TONF+ .
occupational therapy, medical ; 103 E. DakinKISSIMMEFS
He: "I once went hunting social work and medicine. Each FINEST

in Africa with only a club." scholarship is worth $500 a year, On our birthday *e like to
She or a total of $2,000 for four years give thanks to each of our eusiomera Phone TI 6-5951
": "You're not that of college training. Awards wiu -who enable us to keep' .
brave. be made the academic growing and keep serving.
on basis of
'. t .
He: "Oh yes I am. There record professional promise,
TO APPEAR HERE The A Cappella Choir of the Georgia State College for Women will appear at per Your
were fifty in the sonal qualifications financial
club. the First Methodist Church here March 17" at 7:30 p .m. Selected from all departments of the and ZENITH DEALER
GSCW the fifty members of the choir are non-professional musicians and participate in musical need. Winners may attend any accredited
No. 1 While 10 LBS activities purely for pleasure. During the concert season they sing in towns and cities throughout school in the United / r.

POTATOES Georgia and from New York to Miami. The choir is directed: by Dr. Max Noah. Kissimmee is well States. / a

3gcHEAD :..P represented in the group by Jan Mickler, tenth from the left in the middle row. flash school students who will

., 0 enter college this fall are eligiblefor SALES SCRV/CE 1 .
r\ /-* /" r\
scholarships in nursing, physical
.. i at the district contest in Lake therapy and occupational

LETTUCE 10c t. Band To Present Wales on March 12th.. Bob Down therapy. College sophomores mayapply ? v

..w ey' will direct "Brigidoon". for scholarships medical; .y
_.._. The band will perform such social work

FRESH numbers as Estrellita the Latin --!'--- .e-s
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American novelty, Calypso Joint, - '- '- -- -- -- -- -------- --
Mustard SundayThe
and Collard Greens
25c and overtures and marches


Osceola High School Concert ins features of the performance: r_ COULDN'TTRUSTHLM,

CHUCK Band wnl'put.- on the second Beverly Whalen playing""Pre- Carl Riedel Attends OL '. -.-.______.___________ __ _
- - '
ROAST - -- ---- '
--- -' -Jb:4Sc: in,Jhe I960 !Iason.f band concerts lude in G :Minor" on piano;. drum Workshop; Conference .
Sunday, March 6th, at 2:30 erisembTe-"Carol Anne "Dawktns, WANTEDWE WANTED: Hider to help drive to That' not living*'Drive him in

on. These concerts. are sponsoredy Bobby Hampp, Allen Conner, ,Hu According to an announcement Louisville l Ky. No charge. today and we will. atrai;been
Write 931-R.
RIB STEAK .' the city and are held, free*ai) bert Tarcai, and Ed Farmer play Just received from Atlanta, Georgia box; out whatever ajJs,hiail!

lb.S9c charge, at the Community Hons-e. ing "Military Men"; brass en Carl W. Riedel of Riedel Funeral

;., Here are some of the interest- semble-Phil Streetman Hubert Home has just returned toKissimmee NEEDDEVELOPMENT SITUATION WANTED Good

Tarcai, Rikki Driver, Sharon after attending a two- :
CASU typist desires workin
Speirs, and Ray Cody playing Conference
day Workshop conducted
:3': 'SI.47 CARD OF THANKS "Quintet No. 1"; twirling ensem- by the Order of the Gotd Choice Iota located in Trail Segler Kissimmee TI 7-2026.area. Call Mrs. ,BUD & JOHN'S

"We wish to thank\ the Kissim tle-Diana Cockerille, Susie Quice, n Rule, art International affiliation Subdivision lye *L Mrth of .._._ ,
mee AUtates.Tourl dab. our Bobby Jo Hodala, and Leslie of dependable funeral directors Kissimmee, ft nL couth of Mar. Gulf Service
neighbors' and friends KlMtm- Mann; clarinet quartet Mary tin cutoff on west side Hwy.

me Hospital. slmft of nurses doctors and, all wonderful of- Jane Speirs Peggy Grissom, Well over two hundred members 17-SL .LoU are 80'xlU', high I COOD EARNINGS? I TI
whom were t>o btlpful daria K Kathy Cotton and Allen Hewitt and dry. Restricted Ja01Be8 tea. 6-5842
and .
M. E. guests, including Math t1astet.. ri.aey.h.w1..
Melvin Johnson the JJlneca atul at the death of
( ) of the Little AVMV
pur loved one. Ur. John Chris playing "Fughetta directors from Canada and most; R. L (Bob) LARSON *. Meal I..tno.cM tlnMletrir .u.
R snius8n. Bens; and Rikki Driver playing of the 50 states registered -"Jr OPEN TILL 10 P. M.

GROCERY AND MARKET THE RASMUSSEX "His Majesty e Tuba" on bass i the conference, which began >eo* TI 7-2704 WRITE P. O. BOX 21M : Corner Main\ & Vine
FAMILY born. These soloes end ensembles wary: 1S& at the Dinkier Plaza er write" Bt S Box; $77 FT. flEHCE FLA. St.

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The Kissimmee Gazette. Thursday March 3, 1960 Page 5 -- ..
New 2 BR Masonry Home 16 Acres Land, 250 Citrus Trees I "-- -- --- -- -

Built-in kitchen awning- windows. carport, Adjoining city limits. Excellent development' T T TTTTYTYTTTT N----e rJy.N'ew 2 DRH"'OM E- . . . . $-900'0
utility room. $700 down. location.
$8,495 $1200 per Acre completely furnished, enclosed garage.

1 . : $5800well
2 BR Masonry Home Building Lots, well located REALTORAMA
Tile bath, central heat, Venetian blinds. Close to city limits. Trailers c furnished, walking distance to downtown.

Close in. accepted. APARTMENTS FOR RENT
h $9,500 $650 and up lTi* .

ROBERTSON'S REAL ESTATE 34! bedroom home partially furnished, plus 3 room fur- KISSIMMEE REAL ESTATE 8

Ruth Wagner, Broker Vance Buckley, Associate
I nished efficiency apartment with private bath. Can be Terms 201 MAIN ST. T16.3953 Terms
I converted easily into 4 Vz bedrooms with 2 baths for
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_I the growing family. Close to schools, shopping and
I FOR SALE: Trailer Jots high
FOR SALE: Equal-i-zer trailer ,

i ARTICLESFOR hitch. Phone TI 7-2971. ,FOR SALE churches. All this for $8950, with $2000 down and low FOR SALETWO and good dry terms., low Robertson's down payments Real, For Sale or RentBy

.i 1951 monthly payments. Your opportunity to own your ACRES LAND Estate 324 Broadway. PhoneTI

4 SALE Chev. V/2 Ton Truck OB _r..r .f reaatr rood 6-4493. : Owner
FOR SALE with flat bed, in good condition. home and have an income as well. rlrrtrlc liar.. Duplex, corner Marlon and

New 14 ft. runabout boat re- Contact Jean Keene, Gazette $1500 FOR SALE: Two bedroom new Patrick near airport and gull!

FINE WATCHES: Wide selection mote control 16 hp motor. Will office. God T..r_.. house, tiled bath, built-in kitchen course on double corner lot,
Bulova Benton, Benrus, trade for pick-up truck. FLORIDA REALTY H. L. KUHN one mile southwest of city plenty of sbd Bullt-lns. hard-
On :Crestridge Dr., on Jenkin St. Gordon Tyson. wood floors full tiled baths,
l Hamilton and Elgin at Beaton'sJewelry. TI 7-2540 W.CSeckmanAUTREY Old Tampa Hwy. awning windows, carpel-ten Rent
1 5 Monument Ave. 6.13 Shoes For SaleNew COUNSELORS INC.z T'MIS for 3 bedroom Bide Is f#5 per mo.

black, Foot-sarer pumps, Will sell to right party. Term.

LIPS "66". Osceola Oil Co. 1110 size &V2, $15. New blue Nat- BROADWAY; We Buy and- Bjr Jim 51.... DEWEY STEELEBox
North Main. TI 63941. 4.10 uralizer pumps size 7, $8.00. 6-Z7OZ RANCHLANDFfR
TI' Sell Florida For Sale .r Trade far anythliKf 502. Douglas Georgia
Ruth Peterson, 814 Mabbette.TI % SALES valve. CBS, 2 BR each aide.

I FOR SALE: Persian kitten, silver 6-6931 after 5:30 p.m. A &A % Acres on State Hwy. 535, T.r... 814 "". Oak Street.

male, 8 months old, registered MOTOR CO. FOR RENT: Modern Mobile Home. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished ideal for homesite or nursery. TI 6-8534 FOR SALE OR KENT: New du-

had shots ,50 cash. TI 6-4095 Dealer Since 1922 Rainbow Mobile Homes Michi- house choice location. Write $200 per A. 25% down. plex 2 BR each side unfinished

after 5:30 'p.m. -week days. SERVICESOFFERED gan Ave, 1 mile off Vine St. ot PO box 30. Kissimmee. CALL TI 7-2304 in city, close-in. TI 7-
301.9 Broadway Hwy.441. 2452-

FOR SALE: Purebred Dachshunds Phone TI 6-3501 FOR RENT: 2 BR furnished apart- ., FOR SALEBest's FOR SALE Modern 2 BR home

3 male, 2 female FOR RENT: Apartments and ment including utilities $75 per across from golf course. William
r $45 each. Also one female puppies This W eh's Special: houses by week or month. Cot month, 15 minutes from Martin FORSALE- Nursery Barber Gilbert Park.

j 6 old. ton's Apartments, North Orange plant. Phone TI 7-2265. Small il.;...* Jtt flee 1erati & Yarn ShopHere
mOo Clinton Campbell, '57 FORD Pickup V-8 INCOME TAX SERVICE AH Blossom TraiL 7291623.30 Clone to town.. FarBlahrd .r ..-
h 1723 Minnesota Ave. St. Cloud bookkeeping servicesat Confidential t.rii.hed.t'rleed. rra..Babe. are 2 profitable ba.'._ LOST AND FOUNDLOST
phone TWnbrook 2-3592: after Ford-o-matic $900 em combined with ...Id.._.
Service 417 New 2 BR unfur-
Bookkeeping ,, FOR RENT: SEE AT Ideal for can pic' (.r_.......
5:30 pjn. 57 FORD :Main Street Open after hours nished duplex $75 month. TI 6- ,Patrick St. protection far plant. 22OO4t: : ,

4 paint door automatic Country trana Sedan., heater 2-tone by appointment. Telephone TI 8534 822 West Oak StFOR REAL ESTATEFOR :. 33 tail% rank order fin: ._.I._...'Ii.Pricela R.t.II..4I- : In front of Methodist

SHOP,KISSIMMEE 72474. tladea. two large larratarlea and Church, white gold ring wish
56 MERCURY RENT: 2 BR unfurnished real estate. Will accept laad.mall small diamond, also single pearlon
FIRST! Hardtop. 2-door, automatic ---- house .r fialf frontage a*
apartment on Pleasant Hill SALE New 3-bedroom CBS gold chain. Reward. II
trans., radio and heater one : part pay-meat. Me are retlrlair. t-
SOUVENIRS NOVELTIES owner. 19,000 actual miles. I Road. Turn left at drive-m home. Full tile bath, beautiful I ESTATE'BEST Harrie T. and Frieda J. Best. 6783.
CYPRESS KNEES SHELLS 58 CHEVROLET Auctioneering theatre pink duplex on right. hardwod floors large awning Phone TI 7-2149
RAFFIABASKETWARE Bel-Air 4 door, air conditioned Honnehald. aad farm e.aipraeaf. I I Available March 10th. Phone TI type windows large utility room, 322 So. Bermuda Ave. LOST: Green male parakeet in
radio and like heater powerrlide I quickly Sell aad your profitably ew. Roods by I 7-2244. beautiful bmlt-in kitchen, nice BUYS Orange Gardens. Phone TI 7-
POTTERY new. rabllc Anctloa.DETTMKK I. large landscaped lot on paved 2006 after 6 p.m. TI 7-2342.
GARDEN ORNAMENTS '58 VOLKSWAGON E>TERPRISBTI FOR RENT: Modern 2 BR unfurnished New Home, 3 BR choice lo-
road. Four milet
i 8-1835 Quiet living. FOR SALE by Owner
Special: BIRD BATH Karman Ghla. Like new house in Kissimmee 15 cation. $14,200. $678 down.
I west on 17.92 to Addison's Guq
$3.98GRACE 55 FORD -- minutes from Martin plant. FHA. LOTS IN O'BERRY PARK
2 door Y-'. Radio and heater. Phone TI 72265. Shop and turn right 400 ft. New Home '3' BR. "Excel ON HWY. 17,92 SOUTHfor WANTEDWANTED
RIVERS Straight stick. Extra lots available. Low down lent B y." $13,200.- ,$525.down, trailers or for homes in
GIFT SHOP '58 FORD EXCAVATINGFILL FOR SALE: Three bedroom home payment Phone TI 67609. FHA. in the oaks.

Highway 17-92 South 1 door Custom. Fordomatlc tu- with screened porch in Canter- New Home.;,3 BR. Specialat LOTS one acre or more adjoining
tone paint. Large heater. DIRT FOR SALE: Lot 70 x 134 ft. near $11,500.: $US, down. FHA.
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA Low mileage. bury Terrace 806 South Clyde the city limits. : Woman to clean office
in Write
Orange city. 26 Acres. 2 BR home. Only
8 Lots close in.
'57 FORD OLIN FORETI Ave. Will sell furnished or un- Viola Becker 221 Verona ot.. $8500.' after 6 p.m. Approx. 10 hou.s

SPEIDEL WATCH, BANDS: 4-door Fall-lane $00. V-g Ford. 7-2685 furnished. Phone TI 6-3711. After Kissimmee. 80 Acres pasture some citrus Frank HollingworthTI each week. Must be able IP

When you wear one yen wear I ttt jqmatid iv and w r heater.steering, radio DUMP TRUCKS 'FOR HIRE" 'A: 5:30 call TI 62103. land $150 per A. 6-4755 .,. move. furniture. ,Call TI 6-2704.
the finest. Wide selection at '56 FORD FOR SALE: 4 lots facing paved 710 Acres, ''"extra: nice." MAN\ OR WOMAN take over
Benton'g Jewelry. 6-13 Tampa highway 50 x 150 open $200 per A.
Club 2-door Sedan blue Fordomattc:and white radio FOR RENT to street front and back, gooafor 16 Acre Lakefront Estate .1 dealership in Kissimmee. Products -
FOR SALETwo established. Weekly
FOR SALE: Good practice piano and heater tutone paint. commercial lot 200 x 150- 4 houses. )3S,500.' proiua
$25. Call TI 6-2298 after 4 p.m. '55 FORD Custom-Built 2 BR HOUSE IN KISSIMMEE\ $4,000. Also 2 corner lots open New 'Duplex,, will accept fcedr*._ h._.. large In*. of $50 or more at start possible -
CABINETSFor trade. $t,,90Q.:' log nwai with three picture win.down No car or other investment
V-I 2-door Ranch Wagon FaraUhrd and rwly drrvratrd.with on three sides $1,000 each il toner Jot ISO: ft. fr..t.J" .
FOR SALE: mahogany server, Straight stlckl Local wagon. need formica installation arpor'.. Two children, 67471. Hom .It choice 100'x315', ft. deep, pleat abide. .... necessary. Will help you get
bookcase bed and box spring LINCOLN any chool age acceptable. Thacker Ave. 2200. three each nraajte and crape- started. Write C. R. Ruble
49 ... ....
millwork. fralttree ore k. all
and Lakefront LotTohopeka- *
maple bureau and hanging mir- 4-door Solid black. A buy. month .....rI.lIt. Ideated .2 Mllrarth. Dept. M-l. Watkins Products,
with I $75 per LAKEFRONT HOME, 4 Iiga. $1,115 cash. .f KIhIlMe.1rI000k eaat Incorporated, Memphis 2, Tenn.
curly birdseye highboy 50 FORD
PIIOM3: TI 7-2173 rooms, large ..enclosed porch, Building' Site, Neptune Road Omaire Troll oppo i>ate
nine drawers several plates 2-door 6-c>L Good rubber. HrowB'B Tourist aart. 1O3 K.Flrtchrr. .
Good I garage furnished, lot 100x500: : WANTED: Carpenter worK, no
transportation. Tel. 7-29.1O.
SOS! Lane
er inquire Caalcrbary
parlor lamp. Mrs. Myra Brooks, Lakefront Lots $2,450. $245
FORD highway to lake job too large or too smalL
55 C. R. Owner
417 S. Dillingham. down. COCIIRAN
$15,000 Phone TI 7-2924.
6-cyl.. blue. 2-door. radio and PX building at Kissimmee Home, 2 BR1 Y, acres.
FOR SALE: Range and refrigerator heater. Airport. Phone TI 7-2677 or FOR RENT: 2 BR house. Fur- 10 A. cleared land frame $9,800 fnrn. ..
reasonable. See a: 016 54 FORD call CHARLES HOKETI nished.: Fruit trees. Garage. $60 house needs repairs. near town, Home, 2 BR, Orange Gar..
Canterbury Lane. 4 Dr. Country Sedan V-8 mo. TI 6-8534. lots of fruit. dens, 9995.
Ford-o-Matic 6-8085 $11,000 Home and Income Property,
FOR SALE: 24" jig saw on taste, '54 FORD FOR RENT: 3 BR 2 bath home 14200. Thinking About a Duplex?
good condition $45. Fred Rogers % Ton .'\"-. Motor. A real buy. built-in oven and range, on 7 A. about 2 cleared old Home 3 BR, 3 Acres $14-

1504 Penfield st. '51 WILLYS JEEP SECRETARIALSERVICES school bus line in KissImmee frame house.cub 700. We have a much better deal with two 2 BR homes,

Pick-up. 4-wheel drive. AVAILABLEPart Highlands. $90 per mo. Ciyae $6,000 IBYz! Acres, on highway. almost new, good rental record and. .
Bland TI 7-2568. 2 2 BR homes. Orange $16,500. '
time or by>> the letter or Highway
frontage. Orange
Ask for T. K. GalUway .r pace. horthaad cod typing; Gardens Blossom Trail, $40 foot. $3000 CHEAPERThan
FOR RENT: Two bedroom unfur- per
,. Mr*. D. 17. Fenaell. 1632 AT. Catherine. $9,975 and $10,600
flu A. ft Restaurant For Sale
BARBED WIRE a comparabe Duplex!
nished apartment, ground floor,
Call la early ctealaic forappolatme.t.
and 2 BR frame on 2 lots, fruit Marine Sales ,and Service
Screened N.
7-2272. porches fruit 104
TI ,
FENCE POSTS and shade, $10,000.
Don't Miss This
I Clyde Ave. Farm and Ranch Supply
Get the most of the best for the childrenof $5,250 "
TI CHILD CARE Wieep "good. 17000.
7-2013 least through Gazette advertising. working: mothers in my FOR RENT: Trailer space. High, 2 BR Concrete Blk. carporte Opportunity of the Year!
dry, shady, $15 month. Burst'sTrailer nice lot. SEE US! For everything in
home, day or night. TI 72469. Real Estate!
Park 17-92 below
outdoor -
Curt Bock the MoverLocal theatre. $7.500 Exclusive With
Nice building site lot 66 x Sun Empire

and Long Distance Moving Prescriptions Filled FOR RENT Duplex, 2 beoroom 132. -
Storage, Packing and Crating 4D track terrazzo floors, built-in kitchen $1500 Davis Agency
*r rharire) promptly while RealtyC.
Free Estimates Too wait la alr- *ndltl.Bed comfort appliances, nice neighborhood. 2 BR CB home recently re 25 BroadwayLet
at San 23Ueat
Joaa Pharmacy. $80 a month unfurnished one decorated. $850 cash will han
Phone TI 6.3251Box 2S2 Kissimmee .*.Central Cafeteria-Oriaado..p..lte PhoaeGA Idorrl.o. child' 1008 Rosland St. Phone dle. Price- H. LUCAS W. O. BOYD us satisfy your insurance needs with

B-M93. TI 7-2704. $6,850 Realtors The Best For Less
First National Bank Bid*.

FOR RENT; 3 room modern rur- .NELSONREALTY Kissimmee Ph. TI 7-2333

nished house, front and baez ST. CLOUD Phone TW 2-7131 '. -, '-- -- --- .
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BULLDOZINGBLADE screened porch, gas heat, v>3 MEN
per mo. 911 Emmett St.
OR RAKE Eat. 1909 X \\ 1 "S r '/ >.'
: ; ; ; :) :':"';; .
FOR RENT 2 BR furnished "j' *' : ..: /' v1 : .
: new "- < '" : >._ .
Per Hour
$8.00 home ta responsible couple will Y \'c1<

Call: RAINS, TI 6-7433 accept one child. Available FOR SALE 81t : : ) ':: \\WI NEW 10.9 CU. FT. s

April 1st through Nov. 1st. 13iiJ/AeJtl1tJD.

WANTED TO RENT: Single re- Om eaatr .*.... Kleelrie 111ear .. :: .. .-, : ;w j, FfflGIDMRE.Deluxe
/ ; \ .
INSULATE NOW tired man desires two room > Kl. lmatee. ;: / I. "" l f ; ; i .

and bath ground floor apartment $500 Model Refrigerator ;
HOW GOODIS Warner in Winter year round. Write PO UpH. .
Cooler in Summer. box 931 B Kissimmee. L. KUHNOn 'I .
YOUR :POLICY? Crestridge Dr., '
.. SAVE FUEL withFIBEBGLAS FOR RENT: 3 BR house, conveniently Old.Tampa Hwy.
J located. See Edwards at Tl .:5313Bruce's : $ 18995

You never know until you have a claim.A __ express office. i = ---

established Insurance'. FREE ESTIMATES
good plan is 'o choose crt :< 1

agency which represents old. time-tested..compa.'" GArden 4-S562 t W. T.

r nies with long records for settling claims tairlYv l <' Gilt C. Bailer, Inc.
Then can't go wrong. See us. <: 711 W. Robinson, Orlando :
you -Holler Far Halkr" HiES Wi'rt arm sees a letter biry than this

SUNSHINE 10.9 co. ft Frigidaire Deluxe giant Ifs

bit..budjet-pncel..Med! with luxury

.,r FOR RENT Finishing s HMMS :- 2 and 3 BR LOOK1 features/ *

1 1I YQIf e Meat Tenier stms ever S t&s.! iffrtsh
I 1 1Gllli.ton CHOOSE YOURS NOW!
steaks, chits, cU cats
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'0 FOR RENT: Available after p fB&witftk pvcelaiMoame! Hjdratir!
rue. March 6, cabin with kite ene... We Arrange. Eiaciii
stints dear tin beads fcalf-'
$35 plus and lights. Heav-
en's View gas Trailer Court 1515 Contact us tor ....... mac are 'r pan mitt settles!

Lupfer s : -. ,Ernest St JUST A LITTLE BIT-BETTER ._-- -a I a New Kaput Dtar seals air-fcj&taH
the way ananBGEHRETT !
FOR RENT: Modern efficiency Phone TI 7-2230-116 6.5631sxncE

Insurance Agency apartments ,with, fcitcbenetteaand APPLIANCE

tiled bath, by week jor -
19181959 month. .Court-TI 6- PAJlTDI-JkI..+e.i mi: TI
Ti 12 BItbADWAV Next To The Banfc -:TI- -2191 5311.5124926tf -, 24 Broadway o 6-7161

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r Atlantic Page 6 The Kissfmmr Gsrftff. Tnnr daT, Marrh X, 11CI! )
and the North convoy ture In Jnly of 1943. This was

I duty during the early stages of the second honor that came to Rev. Guy Tells RotaryOf
Teacher Nearing World War II. After training a* the Stalveys this summer of 1945
School the suBma- For the BRANDS know in
the Diesel at for only a few weeks before, you
rine base at New London, Conr, twins Martha Louise and Eliza CLOTHING and ACCESSORIES for the family.
he was assigned to a mine beth Ann, had arrived to brighten Cuban MissionThe 3 Department
First Decade's End sweeper and transferred to Tacoma their home. S Buk
Washington in 1942. In In his first two years in tit. world-wide brotherhoodthat as the Havana Hilton and offer- hop er S Store

ALMA HETIIERIXGTON "I June of this year he and Miss Cloud, Lloyd Stalvey continued is Rotary International constitutes ing'other inducements.The .
Uy Grace Edith Rich daughter of his work at the University .,e- -next to the Christian preacher said the govern ST. CLOUD -
From duty on a mine-sw I Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Rich of ceiving his Master's degree in church-the greatest organizationin ment placed all religions on an
in the Pacific during World Chelsea Mass, were married and Agriculture in 1952. the world today, Rotarianswere equal basis and welcomed "evan-
I to a job instructing youth made their home in Tacoma wn..e He is present master of St. told at their regular meeting gelistas". CREDIT BUREAU
growing vegetables in Florida is Lloyd was on duty for two and a I Cloud Lodge 221 F & A. M, and a Monday.J. Guests of the club included
long step But one member of half years off the coast of Alaska member of the official beam 01 B. 'Keith of Orlando, presi- Terry Baya and Tom Wells of KISSIMMEE Florida
Cloud and the Aleutian Islands. Their the First Methodist Church. lie Osceola Member of Associated Credit Bureaus of
faculty St. High : dent of trey's of Orlando urged High School
experienced this wide diversity I first daughter Linda June was is also -a member of the local his listeners to take advantage -- --- CREDIT CLEARANCE AND COLLECTIONS
ocupatbns. born in Tacoma in 1943. Kiwanis Club, and a charter mem of the opportunity afforded in the Phone TI 72560 TI (,..4811I
Lloyd Stalvey, vocational I After six years service jn the ber of the board of directors of Miami convention of Rotary In-
culture teacher who came to Navy Lloyd Stalvey was discharged the Kissimmee Valley Livestock ternational to enjoy the fellow- H
Cloud in 1050 is rounding out as Chief Motor Macmn- Show. ship of ordinary people from 115
years with the local school ist's mate in October 1945 and When asked if he had any special nations in the free world "who
with his family is now after a short trip into Canada ana hobbies Stalvey answered think as you and I do about the I EAT AT THE----
a new home constructed sev un"I to his wife's home in Boston, tne with his infectious smile, "I would finer things of life."

miles east of St. Cloud on Stalveys returned to Florida.l enjoy hunting and fishing if time The past district governor of i HOTEL
Lake Conlin Road: with plans 'Lloyd enrolled at the Universityof permitted. But you see, it seems Florida Rotary pointed to the ST. CLOUD
establish a small citrus grove. Florida at Gainesville in Jan- that I just don't have time yet civilizations of Greece and Romeas
A native of Jasper in '! uary 1946, receiving'a degree of for hobbies. That can come later materialistic, declared that Business Man's Lunch
County, Lloyd Stalvey is the I Bachelor of Science in Agricul -when I'm old retire. "peace will come to this old wonc I

ond child in a family of sevenfour because more than MOO Rotary Sandwiches Salads Seafoods
boys and three girls. I clubs and 500,000 Rotarians be- Box Office Opens 2:15 p.m.
completing his work at Ja.sp; lieve in spiritual values exemplified Saturdays and Sundays I. Steaks Chops
High School, he spent four I around in vocational service."
in soil conservation and The club} heard Rev. Henry Guy MAR. Phone TW 2-3441 ST. CLOUD
tation w:;rk in North I pastor of First Methodist Church THUR. 3
Florida and California. describe conditions in Cuba dur-

He enlisted in the U. S. Na I ing his recent preaching mission. I .
in the fall of 1939 and servea St. CIoud'1 He presented criticisms of Amer a. .nsis.tea ,
ican big business as policies and DAVID wall BILL SEZ: "We" have everything in the world for the

described improvements made oy Building Trade.
y the Castro regime, which he said YVONNE DE CARLO

"The Cubans do not hate yon
CALL IT SPANISH INFLUENZA-The fact that doctors or me," he said. "But they hate PULFORD'SBUILDING
Of any kind! Old iron old stoves, any kind of agree that the flu or virus so prevalent during the past weeks is Bethlehem Steel because the min- 1

wire tin, junk cars trucks motors batteries identical to the disease that ravaged the country in the fall of 1918 erals of Cuba have been kept in SUPPLIESWe
brass steel aluminum old beds dressers bicycles. brought back memories of those terror-stricken days...The diseasewas cold storage while Cuba was

old lumber old buildings radios, TVs, copper or first noted in Osceola County during the first week in October... forced to buy steel from Pitts- give TV Stamps with all Cash Purchases
anything you are going to throw away WE The St. Cloud Tribune of Oct. 3, 1918 ran a story headed "Spanish burgh." He.said settlement of lECFRI.CHIC .
WILL BUY! Influenza Alleged in Osceola" reporting that "Information receivedin the Spanish-American commercial et HWY. 441 WEST ST. CLOUD CITY LIMITS
St. Cloud this week alleges that several cases of Spanish influenza interests which may not always
have developed in Kissimmee and the members of one family are have been operated in the best
Makes no difference: how large or small the amount. quarantined and precautions have been taken by the County School interests of the Cuban people. SAT.
Drop me a card explaining what you have and Board to keep the disease out of the public schools."...A few days Gambling casinos are not in Gazette Advertising Pays.Armand's.
where you live. :I later schools and churches were closed in St. Cloud, also theaters, and evidences immoral displays are Mar. 4-5
other public places and all indoor gatherings were prohibited... prohibited, prostitution is con-
While St. Cloud escaped a severe epidemic of the disease several trolled, schools are in operation IN TIENIttEN
former St. Cloud people were among those reported as having died in and better roads are in evidence 11N0
RAY PRESCOTT other cities.. .Gurdon 11. Clark former St. Cloud druggist was a he said. "I felt no tension and I ...ZEST NF
victim of Spanish influenza at Palatka on October 28th. was not aware of any danger rrININt! -

212,1! E. Pine St. MU 8-2171 Lakeland, Fla.P. IT STARTED IN SPAIN- The Spanish flu of 1918 first appearedin Guy related, adding that the Cu

Spain in May of that year...By September it began to leave its ban government seeks to encour-

S. We also buy any amount of oranges and trail in American port cities...New York. Boston Philadelphia and age first tourism by paying for tne
day's lodging at such hotels
Mobile reported an increasing number of cases diagnosed as la grippe, r BROASTED_ CHICKEN kEEZ ErTE
grapefruit-one box or a grove. or influenza... By the last of September the unwelcome stranger had
moved into Florida The country absorbed in war, at first paid f
I little attention After all, the enemy was the steel-helmeted Hun Osceola County

= -- =: :.-'.: ,' :.. ::" :.: yo '_- -. _'. -::,.. not an obscure immigrant from Spain But by Oct. 1 the news Exhibit Stands Out Broasted Chicken.. % 89c
accounts began to take an ominous tone. ..Surgeon-General Blue of
the Public Health Service issued through the Associated Press a warn- At Orlando FairThe Broasted Chicken /2 $1.29 DRIVE-IN

ing that the disease was becoming epidemic, and gave instructions on Osceola County exhibit at Broasted Shrimp...... $1.25; Phone TW 2.6001 I

treatment. the Central Florida Exposition in Broasted Oysters... .. $1.25
3 SYMPTOMS "First there is a chill, then fever with temperature Orlando warranted and received COIOL'CEPII Broasted Seafood .... $1.25; 13th and CarolinaST.
of 101 and 103, headache, backache reddening and running of the favorable : ascopE
many comments, accord- Orders can be fixed to go. CLOUDLETTY'S
eyes, pain and aches all over the body and general prostration ing to Paul Sanborn manager of Dtluu
Treatment is simple but important consisting principally of rest in the Chamber of Commerce. The .urwqGEORGE
bed fresh air, abundant food with Dover's powder (a preparation of exhibit built by David Kuhn un- MONTGOMERY

opium and ipecac) for relief of pain.. Convalescence requires careful der the direction! of Jim Smith, ., HENDERSON CRAVES FABRIC
management to avoid serious complications such as bronchial pneumonia county agricultural IUC.I ran ,
agent depicted -
"..The advance of the Allies continued to hold the Page One the AN ALLIED ARTISTS PICTURE SHOP
county's citrus and cattle
headlines but inside the pages of Florida's dailies were grave ac industries
pictures and
by dIS-
counts of the losing battle against "the spiff" on the home front... plays. In addition the exhibit hada AlsoINVASION New York Avenue at 11th Street in St. Cloud
By Oct. 14 there were 2,000 cages in Tampa and doctors were working
display of
night and day and appeals for volunteer nurses were published . the county that vegetables were outstandingto grown in FABRICS PATTERNS
On the obituary pages, the "Roll of Dead" from the flu lengthened passerby. OF THE

daily, far exceeding the local casualties overseas...Existing hospitals The big attraction Greeting Cards -
of the Dressmaking
overflowed. In a desperate attempt to stem the spread of. the disease exhibit -
4 12-foot BODY
was a x water
Mayor D. B: McKay and his administration resorted to strong with
trough small Alterations -
measures. .. Eating places which did not have specified sterilizing boat that a batterypowered DraperyPHONE
J equipment were closed...Store hours were limited... Undertakerswere ran continually. SNATCHERSSUN.
Signs on the craft the datesof
directed to admit only immediate members of families to funerals gave TW 2-5262
Looh For ThePREMIER to hold down crowds... By Nov. 1 the epidemic was on the wane, the coming .11th annual Boai-i
A-Cade to leave Kissimmee in MON. TUE.
both in Florida and throughout the nation. It ran its course, for .
SHOWING most of the country, in six weeks. It took :548,000? Jives in the United October.) Mar. 678ONE"5coPE'
States; it killed 20 million in other countries. If the flu that is prevalent The exhibit was manned during MEN'S 2 EYELET TIE :

ROCKCOTE PAINT now IS identical to the Spanish flu of those days,,and even though fair Sanborn.week by Kuhn Smith and BLACK WITH WHITE PLUG
the antibiotics are miracle workers in the sick room still those who
Spectromatic Tinting MachineTo recall the emergency hospitals and assafoetida bags of October, 1918, WESBORO SHOES . . $9.95

Sz Shown At The feel a premonitory chill just the same. Stetson AlumniTo Men's City Club Deerskin

GRAND OPENING.OF Hold DinnerMore 2 EYELET TIE . . . $12.95
are expected -
News of to attend the Leadershipand MANY OTHER STYLES FOH BOYS AND MEN
THE Interest
Ladies Night Dinner in the from $5.95 to $16.95

Brush n' Bucket Paint Shop To Veterans 8 Cloud 7 p.m.Hotel, with on Tuesday Dr. James, March W. RITA PAIN'S Shoe StoreST.

Parrish vice
14 Bryan !!t. Ph. TI 6.8373HOI'iE president of Stetson HAYWOftTHARThOlY
I University, as guest speaker. : CLOUD
By W. W. PARKER Special invitations are being .

Osceola l County Service OfficerW. sent to alumni and friends of Stet FRANCIOSA
son University in the Kissimmee. GI3
St. Cloud phase of the univ ,.- YOUNGjtmwAurs HOME BUYERS GUIDEWe

I W. Parker county veterans themselves of this opportunity to sity's state-wide development pro-

service officer has invited Joseph I better understand whether to re- gram. ,.... offer for your consideration the following describedreal
main under the law The local committee is headedby
service! present or to The estate that
Siciliano, assistant state # we list exclusively.
change over to the new law that Sam L..Lupfer, chairman; Hewen ANEW
officer from the Florida Depart- will become effective July 1st, for A. Lasseter, co-chairman, assisted BUfiEM 2 BEDROOM EXCELLENTLY: CLOSE TO ALLIGATOR
ment of Veterans Affairs Vet- once you change it is impossibleto by Tom Gannarelli and SUSPENSE BUILT BLOCK HOME, with LAKE AND HWY. 4S1 with
?rans Administration regional office again change back to the old Phillip Kelley.As Page large carporte and utility room. all lake privilege BLOCK Dl'
St Petersburg to speak to law, Parker said. part of the University's 75th = 4 blocks from lake. '/* mile from PLEX COTTAGE completely!
all veterans and dependents of February pension checks will anniversary development program, ORDL! renter of city. $9,500. furnished. 2 bedrooms each side

ITS Osceola County who are receiving;: also have advance copy and sam- "Fountain for Youth," a color .. $10.000. Either apartment can

6ES1 TO VA pension checks from the Vet- ple of VA election, net worth and movie in sound made on the Stet- ; A ALLIGATOR LAKE HOME be rented for $75 per month.-
erans' Administration from World income son campus, will be shown to the .cuso.xat a.n .
questionnaire.It FOR
DEALulsEC dinner with nearly 1400 square feet of $5,509 you can bay a furnished
War I, II and Korea, with the is complicated and should be group. floor apace. 2 bedrooms. On block cottage in Alligator
> cooperation of Makinson-Carson carefully read, any questions regarding Lupfer, a parent of two Stetson WED. THURS. 100'xI75' lot shaded with lire Lake section just off Hwy.
Post 10, American Legion. this questionnaire will be graduates said "I am proud of oak and fir trees. Don't inquire 441. Access to and use of beach.
Siciliano will speak at 8 p.m. fully explained by the speaker to the studies Stetson has made in FRI. and SAT. about this unless you are willing Canal for your boat almost at
March 17th at the Legion I'ail: prevent anyone making a mistake the fields of science, music, art Mar. to pay for fine high dry lo- your door. Offered at this price
WHEN and will explain the new law Siciliano is an interesting and business training. This Uni- 9'10-11-lZ cation. The price is 19000. for limited time only.I .
VDU NEED 86-211 which will be effective and well versity, the oldest college in the
speaker, qualified to answer -
State of Florida has made 20. ff OFFER ONE OF THE FEW
A July 1st 1960: any questions regarding an ...__ .. REMAINING. WELL SHADED
record in teacher-
This law is very complicate I veterans affairs and all persons training outstanding for: the entire state and ,A DOGor'' --, from St Cloud. 2 BR furnished LAKEFRONT LOTS on South
and veteran dependent interested to attend shore of Lake Lizzie.
every or I are urged block cottage on small lot on 75 on
receiving VA pension should avail I this m ting.I' we are proud of the Christian LERS large lake. Good shade pared road, '78' on Jake. 170' deep for
LOAN emphasis which has constantly $4,000.
c..n oea fI' i 1:11\ $6,590.
kept the standards of student life Cone n 0&, ,L.
on a high spiritual level. Ar TRAILER COTS: Size 50xl20'.
You're right on count when come Palm Beach Suits Those in the community who $5- Restrictions but no zoning.! Not
here for to buy or build. I' I may have a special interest in education 9 MILES FROM CITY on high cheap utilities but but worth the price. One
money 39.95 to 55.C0SHORE'S : or Stetson in particular EIONALDSP i ground, I offer a block home no city taxes.
We know this community thoroughlywe : are invited to communicate with MODOREKKaGood with large tiring: room with railej makes from down center of city. $300

know you or want to-we can MEN'S WEAR members of the committee. fireplace Florida room, two to all payment utilities.and Then connects -
LARGE bedrooms
make all the decisions -.and give you* room carporte, and large equip utility U%. per month for 36 months

friendly,fast service. Yes, you'll find' your -- :.. r' '_: : '.-_ -,.- __.__ .. .:.. _... :: ,. BLAIR'S GIFT SHOP SelectionsLong inal ped kitchen for the very nom buys.
deal is the make direct! < GREETING price of 11000. 'AT ALLIGATOR '
best loan one you KISSIMMEE DRIVE-IN z arty NORCROSS playing Albums. Both LAKE.
? J CARDS Hi Fi and Stereo. Also top 45's! GOOD HIGH well drained land
FRIDAYT"SATCRDAY MARCH Gift f.f That [beers\ Pert m59e with trees, and frontage on
4-5 BIL-LEE'S Record Shop 2 BEDROOM FRAME COTcanal leading to lake and with
FIRST ( FEDERAL "THE BLOB" to $18 1002 N. Y. Are ST- CLOUD TALE JUST INSIDE CITY on right of way to lake and beach.
P "PAUL JONES" 1107 N. Y. Ave. SL Cloud East side in quiet section on I offer two lots with 100' front-
Urge lot. No repairs needed. age on road and canal for$3.-
dfU/HuM ,td JLUe SUNDAY MONDAY MARCH '6-7 Range, refrigerator and wash 000 each. Don't look back _

;' ASSOCIATION / ;OSCEOLA COUNTY "THE TRAP" MARMILIN For Tiny Tots, Twelve er included in price of $5300. Look ahead.. =

""' ..... "CAREER" and Teens r
r; ST. CLOUD it's faT-
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l leas for at E. A. ARNOLD Realtor
grownups The
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: The KIImmtf: : Cireite, Thur-dar.: March !. 19CO: Paf: >;f 1 .V

PTA To Hold t
MeetingIn f

Cars In 1896 Were'Circus

St. Cloud March 14The .

Kissimmee Parent-Teacher I and comment from the audienceis .y F FeatureThe

Association is moving its March I welcome during the meeting.

general membership! meeting from Informality will be the keynote r, automobile was such a nov ears power.
Kissimmee to St. Cloud at the invitation and the public is asked; to come, elty in 1896 that the Barnum and The average car lasted 64'
the Junior Chamber o! dressed "as-you-are"., I Is it lasts
of Bailey Circus displayed one as its years in 1926. Today more
Commerce of St. Cbud. Reason The Kissimmee PTA last month main oddity. than 12 years. The averaged 1925

for holding: the meeting in. SL announced and newspapers printed Today there are more than 80 car traveled 25,750 miles beforeit
Cloud is to emphasize that the that at the St. Cloud program million passenger cars travelingon was scrapped. The average car
Spring PTA programs, a series elected officials wou4! explain the world's roads according to today travels 110,000 miles.
of public pre-election school forums their duties and election opponents World Book Encyclopedia. And Private passenger cars in the
have as much to do with the would be invited to give their L v about 56 million are owned by U.S. travel more than 500 billion
rest of the county as with Kis views. However! this program has ;; Americans. miles a year, a distance greater

simmee. been changed, according to Dick EAGLE SCOUTS AND THEIR PARE.\"fS-Pictured above are That's enough cars to take ev- than 2700 round trips to the sun.

The meeting, to be held at he Cozier chairman of a new Kissimme three Boy Scouts who were awarded their eagle badges in ceremonies ery man, woman and child in the
St Cloud High School, is at the PTA program committee.The ,. F y rl .,. Monday night, Feb. 22. They are, left to right,Mrs.Frank U. S. for a Sunday drive at one
usual Kissimmee PTA meefin;? committee has interested a f Haslar, Ralph Haslar Mr. Haslar. ]its. James Earle Lupfer. Jr., time. with room left over for Social Security t '

time of Monday, March 14, beginning faculty member from Rollins f t a :a (Bruce'Photo Cooper Mr.)Lupfer, Mrs. AI Cody Ray Cody and Mr. Cody. all the people of Great Britain and Official To Visit City

at 8 p.m. sharp. College in presenting the opening rfya France. And even then, there
The usual Kissimmee PTA bus- information. This will be short ? would be 15 million empty seats. Byrcn: R. Patton, district man-
iness meeting will be held during+ descriptions of the general dutiesof President ProclaimsMay : Here are some other interest- ager of the Social Security Ad
the St. Cloud meeting, as weU t* the following elected county ing fact about automobiles: ministration district office in Or-
the pre-election school forum. Putt officials: school trustees; school England tried to discourage the lando will be at the Community
pose of these: forums is to unite superintendent; school board (and use of cars in 1865 by passing the House in Kissimmee on Monday
the thinking of the public.and of attorney); county! commissioner BOY SCOUT HONORED-William Callahan, second from right, 1 As "Law Day"Pres. Red Flag law. The law required March 7 and on Monday, March
means of solving Osceola County (and attorney); county clerk and was the first Boy Stout from Kissimmee to be presented the God that someone carrying a red flag 21 from 9 am. to noon.
tax assessor. and Country award which was made by the Rev. Dorr Van EM en, in the daytime and lantern at This service made availableto
school growth problems. Question county .: Dwight D. Eisenhower has speaking to various high schools a is
right, while his parents look on in ceremonies held at the Kis
Consequently, although above simmee Elks Club Monday night Feb. 22. (Photo by Cooper) designated Sunday, May 1 as Law and civic organizations. night walk ahead of any steam those who wish to apply for
STOVES REFRIGERATORS officials and candidates for those Day in the United States.In carriage traveling on the high- old-age and survivors insurance
I offices are invited to the school ways. benefits social security: account
Used. forum, they are invited merely to panel which will take a much ACL Distributes dent his proclamation the the Presi Local ;Men Attend The first president to ride in a numbers, or obtain information
people of the Unit
FURNITURESewell join the audience. They will not larger part in this program thanit Share To StockholdersThe ed States urges to observe the day with Beef Council Meet car was William McKinl y. He about the social security administration
be a part of the.program. did in the February programin appropriate ceremonies was taken to a hospital in an electric program.If .
Thurmond "as
Following the Rollins College Kissimmee. This panel is led by lic demonstration J. R. Gunn, R. Elmo Griffin, ambulance after being shot
1015 W. Church ORLANDO- 72 W. Pine presentation will be question and Co-Chairmen Al Cody and Lee Atlantic Coast Line Rail- the rule of law their the devotionto John J. Johnston and Bob Codyof by an assassin in 1901. a window pane is cracked
comment from the Jaycee-PTA Graves. road Company board of directors was keystone Kissimmee attended a meetingof ; A Cadillac was driven up the paint crack with clear varnish.

Other members of the panel are has authorized the distribution to national of and peace international and order in life.our" the Florida Beef Council in steps of the Capitol in Washing This will keep it from leaking '
MadGowan Lakeland on Tuesday, March 1 at ton, D. C., in 1905 to prove the until a new one is installed.
June Gunn, James stockholders of record as of March Law Day' is
designed to foster"a
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VISIT Jess Tharker, Connie Partia, 1, 1960, of one share of stock in deeper respect for law and an 10. a.m. in the Glass Diner. -- -
Helen Lombardy, Rev. John Ben- a newly organized having Ledley: Wear, president of the
THE ORANGE BASKET ton, the press, Charles Partin, extensive land comnany holdings and- American awareness life of its, as essential well as place to en in council said that plans for the "
Sen. Irlo Bronson, Rep. J. J. 1960 Florida Beef Council recipe IIF-ii
RESTAURANT & GIFT SHOP farming operations in south Florida courage the efforts now being
Griffin, Henry O. Partin, Arthur for each share of Coast Line made to bring about an extension, contest were completed at the
5275 S. ORANGE BLOSSOM( TRAIL ORLANDOSEPTIC Larkey, Bill Ketchersid, Francis stock held as of the record date. of law as an instrument of world meeting.

Johns and Edna See!. The distribution will be made on peace and orderly progress in all

It is hoped this St. Cloud pro- March 31st, 1960. international relationships for the First Christmas

gram will help the public under- W. Thomas Rice, president of future benefit of mankind," the Held 1 In Florida !
TANKS stand what these elected officialscan Coast Line, said that the property proclamation added. .p-V.OMP.!

and cannot d!) to help the owned by this new company consists This is the third year for the On a recent trip to New York,
people of the county. It, should of a large acreage in south national observance of Law Day Mrs. Elaine Lawson saw a storyin Q
also clarify what residual duties Florida, acreage in the lake and USA Presidential
by proclamation. a there that inter FENS
ODOIIESSL "' remain with the votets them- citrus area, large herds! of beef For the first time in 1960, Law ested newspaper her. GAS FUE't
selves. cattle, improved timber lands
Day falls on Sunday. President
SEtYIE The story said the first Yule-
: Kissimmee i PTA Program farming equipment, and trained Eisenhower took note of this in tide celebration in the United /qtl'"C HtAOltYA1
Cdr' Chairman Dick Cazier and Com pesonnel. The book value of the declaring that "respect for justice States Christmas, 1530!) was CJJNAUSfO GAS

s 1 [ l mittee Member Lela Walters new company is approximately under law is vital and abiding only probably held at the state capitol, AND
thank the members of the St. $2,500,000. when its roots are grounded in only then it wasn't Tallahassee. |CMHHl6'MtIIM H AEIAIGEAATIOti> > nTbi
Cloud PTA who helped them in our many traditions of religion, It was an Apalachee Indian village SERViCe

INSTALLATION KEPAIZS the planning of the program. Jack Bass To ethics and philosophy with their named Iniahica, which consisted H

NO LAWN LIT U9 VACUUM CLEAN Parent-Teacher Associations of common teaching concerning law of 250 houses. GREEN'S FUEL trademark !Is your Guaranty of Satistoctlon. -
DAMAGX TOOB TAME both towns emphasize that such Attend ConferenceJ. as the foundation of our social And, the article continued, one With cu- own refineries. vast underground and above
a PTA-Jaycee program. must ,be order." thing little known is the' fact that rround itoragt facilities, plus ourowa railroad tank car fleet
nan -partisan. Therefore, these M. (Jack) Bass, local repre- The President urged membersof 1 Hernando ,DeSoto and his army; you can always depend OM a reliable eta ..uPP17.GREENS .

forums confine themselves to fact- sentative of Gulf Life Insurance the legal profession, to help I of some 600 Spaniards were the ,
FAST CLEAN OUT SERVICEDrain finding and to discussing prin- Company, has qualified for hiscompany's bring the. objectives of Law Dayto state's first winter visitors, FUEL r
lines electrically dea f'd. cipleq and issues; PTA never President's Club con- public attention. He suggestedthis camping here on or between Oc- ( 1
Distance does( not affect cost. takes arty stand for or against ference in Hollywood Beach, May be done through the churches,. tober 6, 1539 and March 3, 1540. \' i 1

any party candidate or persons. 1922. schools, private organizations and One could say this was also 1ImJiImE/ I''
I Call Tilden I The Jaycees also adhere to this A leading sales and service rec- public bodies., the first team to undergo Spring ; .1
6-3969 ; ; ;;
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I non-partisan stand. ord in 1959 qualified Mr. Bass for President of the. Osceola County training in the state. "
the sessions at which advanced Bar Association, Ellis F. Davis,

OSCEOLA SEPTIC TANK SERVICEWEST Miss Edna Smith and Mrs. Ernest underwriting ideas will be, pre has appointed a committee to car Howard Major of Hopkinsville, PARks
VINE AND BERMUDA Morford of Windsor Illinois sented. This will be the eighJi ry out locally the purposes of Law Ky. was a' guest of his cousin, FURNITURE GO.KISSIMMEE. .
President's Club conference he has Day in the United States. Local. Mrs. V. W. Edwards 515 1Iu-
e/o SATTERF1ELD-LUMDER CO. visiting :Mrs. Martha Paule
are attended. '''Bar members will participate by bette St., over the week ,end. ST. CLOUDHolds
at 311 Verona St.. through the
month of March. -
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Furnished. ttaes, fine boats motors, also 7V covered Dock Boat Basin CBS I ?
Bait and Refreshment store Large picnic area with .barbecue pit Large homeslteafronting _- Pontiac's clean-cut b auty? World fashion authorities agree! .
on paved Pine Island Rd. with long depth will, fee offered separately, orBIT
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fishing scene of yearly Boat-a-Cade": The International Fashion Council: has just presented its

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Pare 2A The Kissimmec Gazette Thursday, March 3, 1960 __' _v- -
and Mart has Hold
:: ,. :.. .. GARDEN NARCE To
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'" Ktssiramee Chapter'525 of the
DIGGIN'SBy The Marys and Marthas of tnt
\t- National Association of Retires
First Christian Church celebratedthe
Orange Garden Jottings : --- 12 Civil Employees will hold a covered -
first of
PAT DUKE anniversary organization dish luncheon and monthly
''. .. ... Tuesday at the homeof business meeting Saturday March
87 ... Reminding each of you that Mrs. Kenneth Armstrong, with
.... 6th, at 12:30 p.m. at the Orange
: for the tour of your life insofar airs Neil Romack as co-hostess.
; House 714
ANNA J. REYNOLDS : } i: : as seeing lovely homes interest- A candlelight devotional serv- Gardens Street.Community
: r George1
.- i t :. -: ing gardens and peoples gojointhe ice was presented by Mrs. Addie All members are urged to a-:
on the bus leaving from assisted
I gang Harper by Mrs. Billy member.
tend and to bring
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Perhaps the memories that liner tiona. reservation on the bus do call Fotlowing the business meetingMrs. S E
the longest throughout our To quote Mr. Wiggins; "Of all Betty Metzger TI 7-2174 soon for D. D. Debault of Oi;.nao YPRESS
lives are the ones of our schoolteachers my high school teachers 'Annie' she is supposed to complete all was introduced as the guest\
during our gnswing-up looms the largest. She knew her arrangements: by March 4th. You speaker.It I
years. This is outstandingly illustrated business and loved teaching. She do not have to be a Garden Club was announced that the next [GARDEiij
by Mr. James Russell had at real professional interest in member to make this tourjusta meeting will be held at the home .94 i
Wiggins executive editor of the writing. She was dead serious flora lover. It is so much more of Mrs. Harvey Chapman with IIJtMlOtpaUOpatlSp ..
Washington Post, who was recently about English and its importance. fun to make a trip like this on 3 Mrs. Jimmy Cox as co-hostess.
presented with the Golden Why it would have been almost bus-laughter all day plus knowl Others attending were Mmes.
Key award: in recognition of his sinful not to learn from her edge-who could ask for more? C. C. Tindall, Delbert Whalen G .
contribution to the national wel "But how did she do it! I just : 4 I Add the thought of eating at one Lee Whalen, Glen Haggard Harry rAJAxHmmI
fare. can't put my finger on it. She i of the fine food places like Vick's McCall Emerson Plylar J. P... SUPPLY
It seems that in the year 1919 was just a fine teacher, let's say. I or the Villa Dora Hotel-oh, boy Banett, Kelly Lyons Eddie Par-
what a day it's gonna be-I can tin "Lowest Prices in the Ares"PLUMBING
Miss Ethel Armstrong came to There are some things about a Jimmy Stonebreaker and Mrs.
the small fanning community of teacher like 'Annie' that you just hardly wait. What is it? The District Bob Fegan of Orlando.To FIXTURES
Luverne Minn to teach high ._ 7 Home and Garden Tour ) VISIT OUR
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school English. (Apparently that Perhaps' the secret of Miss PAST EXALTED RULERS HONORED- Past exalted rulers of Kissimmee Elks Lodge No. 1873 and mare news will follow later.: SURPLUS DEPARTMENTPIPES
was during the old-fashioned days Armstrong's outstanding success were honored at a dinner held Tuesday night. In the picture front row, from left to right Al Coe. On March 15 the General Gar- keep old potatoes from darkening AND FITTINGS
when a sound knowledge of Eng- was in the fact that she didn't Winter Park; AI Kerr treasurer; George Mansfield, past exalted ruler and district vice-president; den Club will meet at Hart Memorial when they are boiled, add a 1131 West Church St.
lish was of prime importance.) just teach English; she taught George Carver Umatilla. director of Harry-Anna Crippled Children's Home; Jim Flanagan, past Library 2:30 p.m. of course small amount of milk to the cook \. Orlando Phone GA 171(7THREE
One of her students was James l exalted ruler; New Jensen, chaplain, and Harvey Breedlon. tiler. Rear row from left to right, with one of the most neglecteditems ing water. ."'.L'.........:
Russell Wiggins. Within a short life.The Frank Broyles, secretary; Jack White trustee; Eddie Densmore esquire; John Davis leading knight; in this present day world
time there had next meeting to work on Archie Conner lecturing knight; Clint Ketchum trustee; Jack Carroll, loyal knight; George Anderson and one of the most sadly neededto
admiration sprung society up that a mutual has cancer dressings and other sup will exalted ruler, and Jack Perkins, trustee. (Photo by Cooper) be discussed items for the SHOWS TONITEii.
plies for Cancer Society
Conservation oh for
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years aeparaExpert
be on Tuesday morning. March 8, generosity in sharing their tal- Orange Blossom Garden Club was Junior Women To understanding upon this subject!!
at 10 o'clock. All are welcome ents. So we shall look forward to held last Friday afternoon, Feo. Mr. Craig Bell will present the t 1s
who would like to help in either their next visit to the Gardens. 26. Beautiful displays of g.aas, Hear Maj. Ed Smith conservation of our forests. What
folding or) sewing. All workers Many in the Gardens were sur- pansies and roses were shown. forests? Ride down the superhighway
will please bring thimble and prised and pleased to see a fa- Mr. and Mrs. T. M. McNichoias Major Edward Smith civil de- of today-right around #lfc SOUTH;
TransmissionService needles. This is a most wortn- miliar car out here a week01 of 1610 Orange Blvd have movedto fense director will be guest here the Orange Blossom Trail- HOUSE; mm*
while project and merits whoie- more ago. Gene and Joyce Hay- their new home in Orlando.A speaker at the meeting of the really look and think about whatin
hearted support. wood, who used to work for Orange very successful card party Junior. Woman's Club Tuesday, nature you see-haw many of
Expert.Mechanics In response to an announcement Gardens, were on a short was held at the Community Bldg.on March 1st, when they meet at 8 you can remember the scrub oaks
made at our Valentine party, vacation as Gene was recuper- Thursday evening, Feb. 25. p.m. at the Hart Memorial Li- that were at one time dotted all SAFELY
ANDERSON'SGARAGE several came out to enjoy more ating from recent surgery. Theyare Twelve tables of cards were brary. along that ride! Remember the LOSE WEIGHT
music and singing with Frank now living in Hastings Mich. played. Future card parties are Major Smith will speak on the flood out Dellwood Park way!
and Muriel O'Brien of Richmond, Mrs. Martin Rosenzweig and planned and dates will be announced woman's important role in civil Conservation and thought go here.
Va. In fact, we were very sorry children, Micaila and Anthony oi at a later date. defense. All club members are Cecile Ladue and Emily Evansare '\'Just take a tiny LOSE WEIGHT
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that the young folks had to leave Williston Park, L I. are payinga While many may not believe,the urged to attend to learn why they planning an interesting flan- ,Hungrex tablet before 1 THE FIRST DAYI
22 Benaada Ave. we were having such a good visit to Mrs. Rosenzweig parents story about George Washington should keep up with current nel graph on birds as a part of j meals...and banish those
time and we all appreciated their Mr. and Mrs. Harry Englander throwing a silver dollar across events in that field. the program-it should be good. {I hated extra pounds as Thousands now lose
of 632 N. Catherine St. the Potomac River it does verify The telephone committee with How I love those birds except i you banish hunger!)Whyt. r weight who never thought;
Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Schuelke the fact that a dollar went much Miss Anne Williams as chairmanwill when they manage to hit the Because Hungrex IS.. ., they could..reporcithe )

Permanent Waves a ... $6.50 up have returned to their home *n farther those days.A be in charge of the program sheets like last week! Some most powerful 1 'remarkable weight losses
1711 W. Catherine St. after a. chorus girl was told that and refreshments. people take the attitude-oh con- ,reducing aid ever of 7..20..event
short stay at Osceola HospitaLMr. diamonds are a girl's best friend. servation; it will always be 'rele:jed for public use 41 pounds in a short;
Haircut, Sham. .$3.50 Revlon S 1.25 and Mrs. FI* Gardner of Now she goes steady with the Hibiscus Circle with us. Yes, just like the free .without prescription! while. So if you're tired

poo and Set.. Mtmlcure...... Schnectady are house guests of grounds-keeper at Yankee Sta To Meet March 10 air we breathe we do-but for :Suppresses hunger pangs of half-way measuresso
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Spence. dium. how long if neglected? effectively it actually and want really effective

SLOG OFF on any Wave or Set-with this ad! Mrs. Wilson Nairn and MU Recently actors there who were were two strandedin Broad- The Hibiscus Circle of the Kis That flower show about the limits the ability of help in reducing

Open till 9 P. 31. Wednesday and Fridays Jane Darley have been visiting way Denver talking in the lobbyof simmee Garden Club will meet weather is really more amazingas ,1 I your body to produce ...send for Hungrex,
it. That
with Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Ladsenof The Brown Palace. "Boy oh Thursday March 10, at 2:30 p.m. .Forecast you study division class Long 2 Range \j gnawing hunger today. Hungrex will simply
CINDERELLA 1714 Orange Blvd. during the boy" said one. "This Denver is a at the hctoe of Miss Louise frost! White flowers- only-well a heavy, sensations! Result You \ amaze you! Youll. be

BEAUTY STUDIO past week. great city.Was I busy last night.I Thomason, 8 South Orlando. who ever saw any other color ''don't feel hungry.down slimmer next week or your
An interesting discussion on The will be on miniature back. No
had. a date with Sally Irene program goes your calorie intake... money
3511 S. Orange Blossom Trail Orlando O GA 2-3S01 frost? But the air goes blue when
flowers which have been arrangements.
successfully "
and Fido. Whereupon .the first you step out into a heavy white and down goes your prescription needed
grown by members of the "If think Fido is a
) replied you frost and see your pride and joy weight
----- dog you should have seen Sally Bethany Circle To of a shrub limp and lifeless. Class

See The Dinah Shore Chevy Show ia color Sundays,NBC-TY-The Fat Boone Chevy Showroom weekly.ABCTY.: and Irene." Hold Rummage SaleThe 3-hurricane warnings! This is: cc.,,.usi Aarg .. P .,.wr cx.nti.ak
to motion!
supposed emphasize
.- Woman's Club To Bethany Circle of the Pres- Any time you catch a hurricane

Hold BenefitThe byterian Church will hold a rum standing still-run for your life yeti
Kissimmee Woman's Club mage sale Saturday March 5th, for you are in the middle of the
will hold a benefit canasta-bridge at the educational building. eye and motion will really get

', rHOW .MIJj n party Friday March 18th, at you if you and.don't out. Class The Most Powerful Reducing Aid
S m : u 7:30 p.m.'at the community house. Wesleyan Guild of 5j-cool: mse cool colors /]
fresh plant materials the blues .a Kilwfdor Public Utt
To Meet Monday and greens to predominate. Blue
IS A 10-YEAR EDGEIN TRUCK BODIESBoat Service Guild flowers are according to them
ThP) Wesleyan
((7J.ZFjCOMPACT Box of 63 tablets
trailers, horse trailers will meet at the home of Mrs. what know (I have never figured $3.00
A and utility trailers. Charles Hawk Jr., 421 Palmway out wHs they are) the least ((21 days 'supply)

CAR DESIGN Built and Repaired on Monday, March 7 at 8 p. n. grown and the least used color- AVAILABLE
PRACTICALLY FLAT FLOORHere'sa Complete MobileWELDING The program will be presented so-if any of you have a blue .00 Economy size
bonus in extra foot room-more- SHOP flower get ready for those $5.
by Mrs. AI Cody.CALL gar-
NOW AT full 42
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than you'd find in many big cars. All work guaranteed. bage collectors (garden club fil-

WORTH ? cher) for they will be collecting
/LSi like mad-for when? April 2 and
Corsages, Potted Plants. 3. Get ready for it!
By wire we serve the world.
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I TheyH Do It yrty limy ....-..&,_... By Jimmy Hallo Who's new on Martina Street
first: we find Mr. 8M Mrs.! Fid Park for two and a half hoars. the chimneys And that's enoughfor

T'101'TPT1 at 7A2P Purl\ oriai"ally No aunt! Where was she all this this week!
% ME GIVE TO THE RED \ + Rirmin ham. Al'baT"' They
/i ron : time! At the railroad station, cf
NAR1Ty. h. pamnr 11.: )fro floe CHILDREN'S WEAR
NO .' ye one son coarse
OF THE WEEK B4T5FWW4S CH4CITV BEGINS / .pn Is rwrpw +tivA of {at'I'f".tt.e '- The lady in Question is Miss Birth through Sub-Teens
AG1N 1 IT AT NOME Dirna*.HTirin home Ann Kalusha from Ironwood v
PERIOD// off-e i.i in Minneapolis, Minn. Michigan. She informs us" that i AS YOU KKOttLarett

By BETTY CAZIER + r At 9R?9 n.;de Mr. and Mrs. he day she left Ironwood. which. 1 rmerj*sraelalUb ft raltar*
; May?* Bowen. Now h***'** unioue is in the upper peninsula of Mlcn- .

{ l -- f"mi1v fw vre' orieinallv fromThv igan, the temperature was 18 degree3
Well, Highlanders, how about a year or less, and the Women's --__ JIliDtftt-! { V.vp three rhilSr below zero, and that IDS ,.
some news this week .last Club yet in its infant stages the e \ dr en, *H 7 De HJe 5, and ':av, inches of snow had fallen already.Did .
week's column looked as though opportunity had 'not presented itself ,, +fIIi1f'? m"nt*q" Mr. Bowen was born you say we here in Florida
the writer had taken the proverbial previously. 1_ .nd mised her and is enroloved by have' had cold weather? How 1024 Kuhl Ave.

"busman's holiday". In fact, The float decided upon was a the Amoco bulk nlan Mrs.Bo en.K would you like to have it so cold Dixie Village
it was so short, the caption took three tiered one appropriately en- >wew. is from Sunapee, New the smoke freezes as it rises from Orlando
up more space than the news it- titled "Enjoy Kissimmee". Tha Hamnshire.
self Let's make up for lost time. first and bottom tier represented
Last cf our T "W residents today
However, before we delve into the rodeo, and featured three ,
N71LM'iNAT 1S, GLAD 1011 ; are Mr. *nd Mrs. Frank Norton USE THE NEW
this week's news let's backtrack rootin', tootin five year old cowpokes > -
and square away last on buckin broncs. These HE COULD USE A ; GOT tilRE! i, of 2518 HieWind Stree, wno L
/ / are formerly of Keenesburg. Coi-
week's. Now all of you Highlanders young fellers were astride routing HELPING HANG ,
/ )lr. Norton is an eim>loy .eof
ora o J'con'OWaMil
the the ride HIMSELF ,
who are reading paper horses and enjoying ;,, 'f" Norton Tile Co. of Khsimmee.
the street corner Kevin Chiri, Chuck Moor- '
standing on
were i .
have 1 Eunice 6
They two children, ,
waiting for your wives to finish field, and Joseph Leadore. That i i'i ); SELF-SERVICE
and John, 9.
shopping read the entire col ferocious looking steer they were ,
umn. You've loads of time! On roping was Bucky Jamison.On .. men SOCIETY
the other hand, for all you gals op to the Second tier featuring ai 5 Twelve Highland pal! dre! sed nn COIN-OPERATED LAUNDRY
who have just sat down for a few the Boat-A-Cade. The two -_ G JOp 6 in fancy dud! last week and headed -
seconds to catch up on the news sailorettes riding in the boat ., f I '( e t up to Mrs. Margaret Blands ZSc Wash loc Dry

skip over the old and jump launched there were Linda Adams ,,,- i o for a rousing; morns g party. So It Open 24 Hours 7 Days
down to the new before the fam- 3, and Kathy Wagner 8. The was a Stanley party when Located at Sunrise Shopping Center next to Rinn Dixie
ily discovers you relaxing '. cute little water ballet artist they you're a housewife, a party's a
your time is limited! were pulling was 4 year old Patty i>artv! Anyhow, the event was enjoyed
Last week we skipped over a Powell. by all with games played
Very new endeavor for the High The third tier featured a favor Jeanne Cazier 8. The result of all the preceding employed by the :Mario Beauty dessert served, and complete dsnlay -
land Women's Club, that of en ite in Kissimmee of the young Now just up ahead of the float, The Highland Wiotnen's Club won Salon in Kissimmee. Mr. Cross is of Stanlev products on hand.
tering a float into the rodeo pa- young set the zoo. That wild four pretty lasses paraded &n the first place trophy which was presently working for Tracy's Those who left home and house-
rade. Since the Highlanders have panther prancing about in the Highland costume carrying the accepted from the judging com Plumbing in Orlando. work for a few hours were Mrs.

been residents of this area only cage emitting ferocious roars was Highland banner. The misses were mittee by the club's president, Toward the end of Milton we Kathleen Adams. Mrs. Lois Ogl: .MAYBESH ,
Sandra and Joyce Congdon, Pat Mrs.\ Margaret Callahan:
find the Hawthornes and the Tro- tree. Mrs. Jackie Dorrell, Mrs.
THE MILK THAT GIVES YOUMORE Woody, and Sandra Adams. And now the club really does lands. Marie Cross, Mrs. Irene Bay, Mrs. LIKEflmm
Time now to thank several have a problem that of build- Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hawthorneand Bet tie i Moorfield.\ Mrs. Aerie >

FOR YOUR MONEY Highland gents who helped build ing a club house for the trophy! children Debrie, 15, and Whiteside Mrs. Betty Rose, Mrs.
the float. Those stalwart fellows That takes us up to this week's Billy, 4, are originally from Ton- Fern DeNyke, Mrs. J. Hanlon and ?
who braved the ooH weather !
news wanda, New York which is near Mrs. Adams. ,
to o ENMM night before the parade were i'tr
Buffalo. Mr. Hawthorne is with
Dave Hortemiller, Bob Adams,
Man.nahane mkTfcttH raRwat.tlaay The Martin: Company. A recent
Traveling up to relatively new presume you've all heard of J
....w. Bill Callahan, Don Moorfield, Ernie
sh auu at 2091. Milton Street, the first family visitor with them was :Miss Lan- things being lost but
why T. Q. LM milk toM Z + Wagner, Dick Cazier, and many
fvnU ta Centralmint. Fl.rwa I I f'PlNlMr. Buck Jamison. Thanks, fellows! we meet are the A. R. Thompsons. ora Rumbo also from New York. did you ever hear of anyone s
wish waaa ....... vita. I Mr. Thompson is originally from Mr.: and Mrs. Alfred Troland o! losing a relative! Now I can
mr mineral, aver. reef e ON haYa I 2631 Milton are the proprietors of
Teas: a "king size" state, and justly assume many of you have
valve Th fV mrMMV < hr reaar the
Trail Garden
i* every hetne! w cart**. their year old son, John, follows new Center relatives you'd just as soon see
M' t in the "king size" version. This across from the Virginia Motel. "get lost", but how about an aunt
MW 1 ATTEND young feller looks like good foot- They are from Staten Island, who is a terrific ,cook and a
ZO% ,.,>' ball material for 1975. :':rs. New York and have three curl mouth-watering baker Well, thewriter
Iilr tAT /; Thompson is originally from West dren, Alfred, 10, Alice, 9, an IEASi and You Will Like Our ample selection of hair beautifiers
l lRv1 Virginia. Since their arrival in Aline, 5. Visiting recently with that Searched bus stations in ,

Kissimmee, Mr. Thompson is associated them was Mrs. Charlotte Cregan, Kissimmee, Orlando and WinterGARY'S
' A The friendly people who + with Station WXBX as cosmetics, deodorants, perfumes will

a worship here bid you wel a radio announcer

+. will like the At 2617 Milton we find Mr. help you to "get your man." Be sure you "
TITAN REQUIRED of reverent worship. 'eaW/N
ynAM1H p spirit and Mrs. Harry Rose from Spar- i itlD I t JYYI I NRI tr1r' i
i tansburg, Pennsylvania. They also have charm and housewifery to"hold"

HERE'S A PlAE fOR 1'0 have three children; Edwin 10, j I
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Bible 'Study 9:(5 is employed in carpentry for local '' ffr
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Worship Services: them last week were Mr. and Mrs. ,w'

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BAPTISTCHURCH Doyle Cross, originally from Ak DUCK INN
Pa'odaas ron, Ohio. They have ,three chil
:, dren. Bobby, 9, attends school in W" "Where Good Food Predominates" W. a i
Kissimmee; Kenneth, 18, is in the Serving Daily from 11:30 a.m. to 11 pan.
Sundays 12 Noon to 10
Marines and stationed at Camp p.m.
Or. H. P.Amos, Pastor I
For H Delivery_ :,Phone TI7.ZS9S LeJeune, N. C; and one daughter., 974 S. Orange Blossom Air Conditioned Trail Orlando ,
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Page .4A The KissImmee Gazette, Thursday, March 3,1960 "A person who' knows you and.. alleged $450,000Further calling your local high! school or

has spoken very highly about you inducement for the tripto Methodist Church the office. of the county. superintendent. -

has made- me trust -you a verY Mexico is the casual but often NOTICE The 1IS Legislature amendedthe
delicate matter: of which dependsthe mention of the "beautiful laugh- LEGAL State Teaching Scholarship LAW
the 1.0S -
to provide
Spanish Swindle entire future of my daughteras ter" who will act as "intermedi- Schedule Is Listed. shall be allocated to the
I counties proportionate to the entwel -
well as my very existence. ary" while the victim enjoys himself IA !. ,crades one (1) through
The "delicate matter" turn out in eIS to the
Mexico.As SCHOUAlUHir EXAMINATIONS ) of the county
to be the .fact that the writer; is the swindle the Services at the First :Methodist at the hom Is Back In Action in a Mexican jail for bankruptcy victim is mailed an progresses ever-inereu- Church begin with Church schoolat I 406 E. Cherry St.: at 3 pjn. been Tuesday.designated March by 15 the, I State"', has So through determined twelve by<1Z the) of state the'*Stateas an-
9:45 and there are classes The Lulu Overstreet Circle school attendance
ing amount of "sworn" wm nual report on
However, be has hidden away documents rlntendent. Thomas D. Bailey, as 1J5X-M. provided
is i in which supposedly the for all ages, including a nursery I meet at the Home of Mrs. H. M. the date for holding the annual for the year ; shall have
The "Spanish Swindle" mail confidence of $100,000 a year, reaching out a secret compartment a; prove case however that no county
some for the for infants and small children. Calloway, 1707 Orange Blvd. at state-wide competitive examination less than two (J) scholarships.
game, after a hiatus of a again /or possible victims in this trunk, 450000. The trunkis bankrupt banker and for Beallocation shall be determined
few yean Is again being actively country. deposited so .the letter says, ]n the $450,000 he hid before he The morning worship service 3 p.m. with Mrs. Q. S.. Murpiy: as to fill. vacancies<< for GeneralScholarship. each four: years (4) In'terms of enrollments -
the went to jail starts at 11 o'clock and Hot) : co-hostes Ixians. for the prepraUon la grades one (1) through
promoted against the American Basically. this is way the a. United States Customs House. I "
of teachers and lor State twelve (12)
public, Postmaster General Ar- "Spanish Swindle" mall! racket pp- To get out qf jail and obtain] If the victim is "taken in" by Communion will be observed this The Susannah Wesley Circle Nursing Scholarship Loan for the iTIor to tnis amendment the Law
thur E. Summerfield warned yes- erates: the claim check} for the trunk and the swindle, he is told when and Sunday. The Chancel Choir will will meet with Miss Elon Guiceat 1tW-U school rear required that the scholarships be
The intended victim, receives other charges, will require i present the anthem "Turn Ye her home at 317 Palmway at High school seniors, high school allocated to the counties propor-
terday. a pay where to arrive with the '10.000in ( graduates and college students who tionate to the population of the
Evidence has reached Chief very personal letter from a sup- $10,000 which the victim will be cash. He is shortly relieved of Even Unto Me" by Harker with 7:30 p.m. desire to train for a. teaching career county to the population of the

Postal Inspector David H. Stephens posed "banker or another respectable asked to bring with him to Mex- this sum-often at the point ofa Mrs. Harold Hall having a special The Wesleyan Service Guild win ondary la schools.'lorl4&'.or elementary those who or desire aeo- based State. on The population previous allocation as reported was In

showing that this centunes- businessman in Mexico. ico.In gun-and is usually too embarrassed solo part. Holy Communion will meet with Mrs, Charles Hawk! Jr. to train for nursing; career In Florida the official U5it United States censu -
old scheme which Americans The opening of the, letter_ usual- return for his trouble, the again be observed at the evening are eligible to compete provided report
by to report his loss.. at 421 Palmway at 8 p.m. they have been residents ofFlorida Under the new allocation manycounties
reads victim is promised a third of the worship hour at 7:30. had the number of teacher .
have been cheated out of upwards ly : There is for at least one year. If
morever, no extradi On Sunday evening the Methodist Tuesday March 5th the applicant is under 21 ;years of scholarships reduced. OsceoLa
tion treaty with Mexico covering Youth The King's Daughters Class age his parents moat be residentsof County's location was reduc..dfrom
Fellowship meets
*or Florida. Furthermore, the sto- to i scholarships In 'otb.rworda.
mail fraud and the Mexican supper at 6:00 followed by the, will entertain their winter visitors dept mill be required to registerIn the scholarships availableare
courts have held that the victimsare MYF at 6:30. in the church bungalow at the school of education of an. based on pupil population Instead -

as guilty as the swindlers.It programs Monday, March 7th i 2:30 p.m. The officers and teach approved learning or institution In an approved of higher schoolof of on are total no county teaching population.There scholarship
I is impossible to say the exact The Summerlin Circle ers will be the hostesses.The nursing next: fall Each person vacancies in Oceania Countyfor
Mary wL awarded teaching or nursing the m -61 school year. This
A HOME number of victims of this swindle a.
OWN meet in the bungalow at 3 p.n. children's choirs rehearsein scholarship must agree In writingto fact is the result of the new allocation
which two hundred had its origin in Spain some But Mrs. John Thoman, Mrs. Hazel :: the educational building after profession begin the Immediately practice of his following or her allocated plus scholarships the fact that are the Already full
I school. .
years ago. Taylor and Mrs. Morris James will graduation and to continue the held by students enrolled la col.loge.
through the years, the format has be hostesses. There will be a meeting or tie practice of that profession for the Ihlrty-two (1%) other counties I
remained length of time the scholarship was In the state will have DO vacancies -
about the
same with emphasis The Betty Paulk Circle will Commission on Membership and: used. this year I
always being given to the meet at the home of Mrs. Irlo Evangelism in the bungalow at Application blanks for both the Students who wish to take the I.
careful selection of the intended nursing and teaching scholarship scholarship examinations may do
I.I.OFYOUROWN Branson, 1305 W. Vine St. at 7 p.m. are available in the office of County so. After scholarships are awardedto
victims. 3 Wednesday, March 9th Superintendent J .C. Tyson and the unknown counties, there will
In its more recent operations, p.m. at the office of the principal of be .an number of scholarships
The Ida Tiller! Circle will meet The Minnie Fielding Circle your local high school. These application which will not be filled.
lists were taken from "Who's Who will meet at the home of Mrs. blanks must be completedin These unclaimed scholarships are
In America" and other leading detail prior to the taking of then awarded on a state-wide basis.
"' ,. John McLellan, Lindsey Way at the examination. The awards are .made in terms of
l" 1 M*' reference books for business and the highest
9:30 a-nu The examination will be conducted the students making
professional men. Presbyterian Church in Klsslmmee on March 15 1560.>> scores. Therefore students takingthe
WALTER WAY. The Young Mothers' Circle Principal will be advised as to the I examination will be competing
THE EASY JIM ., Schedule AnnouncedThe meets at 3:30 pjn. -Mrs. Harold exact examination building; and on a state-wide basis rather than
room location by March 10 This on a county basis.
r r Jehovah's Witnesses Chancel Choir meets for Farmer, chairman. information may be secured by tltr'10ELLIOTT'S

rehearsal Thursday,. March 3,
I Activities Listed 7:45 p.m: in the church sanctuary.

!! .'.:., I Friday, March 4, 7:30 'P.m.; Service Union sponsored World Day by church of Prayer wom-

Ip! Ministry School. A written reviewon en will be held at the First Meth- GROCERY STORES

the talks given for the pre- odist Church, Kissimmee on Fri-
ceding four weeks; and Bible day March
tI 4 at 2:30 p.m.
reading of Psalm 61:1 to 64:10.& Services Sunday, March t>: TWO STORES TO SERVE YOUNo.

DOWN Sunday, March 6, 4 p.m.: Public Sunday school with classes for all
talk, "Why Are There So ages meets at 9:45 a.m. Morning 1-831 Palm Way. Ph. TI.6-6333 0 No.: 2-720. Bermuda. Ph. TI 68622

Many Religions" The subject of worship hour is at 11 o'clock. OPEN MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY Y 6 A.M. to P.)1. FRIDAY TIL 9 & SAT. TILL 10 1'. M.

the Watchtower study and discus- Rev. Dorr L. Van Etten will begin -
sion is "The Happy Family of a sermon series on "Roads GOOD HEAVY BEEF

The Wonder-Working God' vn Leading to Calvary" preaching
of the scriptures for consideration this Sunday on "The Jerusalem -
will be 2 Timothy 2:15: "Do Road-Dedication". The Westminster T-BONE STEAK.LB.. 89cJeayy

your utmost to present yourselfto Fellowship for Junior High

fgy > God, a workman with nothingto and Senior High Young People

be ashamed of, handling the will meet 4:45: p.m. at the Manse -
word of the truth aright."-New GOOD hEAVY BEEF
for hour
>I an of fellowship and re- Good Beef
1I World Translation. freshment before the devotional
24 vL vx37 J Wednesday, March 9, 8 p.m.: program. RIB STEAK(

ll Bible book study on the subject, The Trustees will meet Monday, Sirloin85c

"The Rise of the Fifth, Sixth, March 7, 7:30 p.m. in the Educational

d I I And Seventh Wbrld Powers According Building.The .
To Jehovah's UnerringForeVision" Youth Choir will rehearse LB. 6ge

Tuesday, 3:15 p.m. at the, church.
Meetings are held at the King- The Jennie Hutton Circle will _
.i ..I lti +' .1 $%49;
dom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesseson serve'! a luncheon to the public on

Ocean Street. All good-will Tuesday, March 8 at 1 p.m. in the
persons are invited to attend. Educational Building. There win CHUCK

I be music and entertainment, and Round

proceeds will go to ,the building 83
Musical Program 49c
The whole family will enjoy this beautiful new model with its fund.Mid e
deep, comfortable front porch.Don't Scheduled At Week Service will be held ROAST Ib Steak.
Wednesday, March 9 at 7:30 'p.m.
Orange Gardens
{_: : I Florida Orange
Musical selections by 23 youngsters -

: ) t picked from the Osceola Marketers\ To Meet\ .et Ib.
Miss The Big Show. t. ;' ( high School department of music Florida Orange Marketers, Inc., .t. .

m Ci t/' under leadership of John B. held its annual meeting at 10
Jamison, will be presented at a
a.m. Wednesday, March, in the
Every Tfcnrs. I P.M. Uj OMV OrlajiiIa.! rla. Ckaxu !p regular meeting of the Orange Orlando Garden Club, 710 Rollins AREK Marigold
v Gardens Civic Association Thursday -
Ave. Orlando.On RIBS
Featuring (the Famous Radio and TV Stars evening, March .3, in the ua the agenda were reports by OLEO 21bs ? Qf

Community Building.The John M. Fox, president of Minute CLB.
group consists of 16 voices Maid Corporation; J. J. Parrish,

and their Clinch Mountain Boys with a trio and a quartette of Jr., president of FOM, and E. H. 29c
woodwind instruments. Numbersin
Squire FOM
general manager. +
the 40 minute program include FOM, representing some 450 independent Wigwam 303 Cans
"Sleigh Ride", "Surrey With The citrus growers, ,con-

Fringe On Top", "Falling In Love tracts with Minute Maid Corpora- Pork & Beans 10 FOR
With Love" and "Smoke Gets In tion to supply fruit from FOM
',- Your Eyes".
/ .Ir.'*M 0..arj-wr d.wa..ard Tear !./. re matter whrre. It In, you tee raa .vr. y.wr *wa here.... J' Refreshments will be served after pools.For the 1958-59 season, Minute Pork Neck Bones Butter Beans noatklr payments will fcr lower bas the trot yet
are aww rariar.Fery I the program by Mrs. Forrest Maid returned nearly $35& mil-
year. tb_.usaads. _re t. .II... \\'I.T. with balldlaK pr.brrrs. If Hayes, Mrs. Fred Schuelke, Airs. lion for more than 10 million boxes Navy Beans 99
) y.a are .tll' "11" .r T111'la", I. .Pewd.. .at sad C George Person and Mrs. Fred
move .t. ,..r base 1t"1. weeks. of FOM fruit processed at Minute -
Pere. by. write .r .U ua eolleel be ttlad t. aad .. ever tfengen. Maid plants. The total for IDe Blackeye Peas
the ralire rlaa wltll T. ...Or atad for 'our br.ebure 1I1..tra"a. s.aay .f .ar The association will LB.
ta.drla. sponsor a 1958-59 was some $8 million more
smorgasbord and card party to be than the record payment for 1957- f
held in March. The date will oe 58 fruit.
announced at the

Mortgage insurance at no extra cost o All financing handled for you World Day of PrayerTo "
If afford 4-door sedan in the old "Low-Pries Field
First year fire insuranceincluded with o Low, low monthly payments vo Be Held FridayThe you any I

your homeAluminum < Over 40,000 satisfied customers annual World Day of

awning windows (such Prayer will be held Friday, March
found in $18, Built property on your lot, farm, or lake site. 4th the, at First 2:30 p-m.Methodist in the Church.sanctuaryof

Full-length aluminum screens Mrs. Robert Pollom has chargeof

o y adding your sheetrock wiring, the program.To .
Two coats top grade exterior paint t plumbing and decorating the inside '

Tongue and groove flooring yourself-you save up to 10% more become round.a champion, 'fightone

Your home paid for in only 6 years or Now! Get your sheetrock financed with. : j

home -
v. your
\ J ,
I A berg t. Meet say fsMllr revvlreweats. mm* say l
tmmtlj ...K.t. "Way rvatiaae t* ..y teat whoa" .
f.r the est .( f..r seat atam* tile JIM WAITEHf __
Mill exalala k.w ?.a eaa caaage y..r reataymeala
la t. havae. pafmrats. :'7:_'_ _

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NUB fa the affica.....,ya' t _
V1 -
1 m Mmf in awain9 s Jim Wshar,lomt. ear wuU !ttmr I 0 _
.informthea.I ; '- .b- _
a !.....ckr deed to my Iot..O. I TO HELP PROTECT 4

t. ttni tHf.t r.... ..........................Q "PRIME OF UFE"
: THE _
I'IeMe K.*..Mprel.Rt.t>T c.l o -.0 .1 1P11. X
Nsa1 -- -. I ,You've been hoping for a formula
Tle.ct1 .. like this-with extra: potency rY y __'3r c v sOnly
Aldr- __ 1
h xo support a positive sense
1 Y. ot well-being and mental alert
at if rwh MSS. It provides important lipo-
tropes as well as the more complete
\ vttatam-miaetal'proteceioa
the adult. JL75 a month morel*Yes, you can own a Rambler Six
desirable for >mature '
Deluxe; Cross Country Station Wagon for just$2.75 a month

more than you'd pay for the lowest-priced moor sedan in the

GERIATRICcapsules old "Low-Price Field!" You get big car room for six..footers .

JIM WALTER CORP plus email car economy and handling ease. King-size cargo -,

'spec High,wide door Got turns,out parks any cedan in the i ;

e. "Low.Price Reid."Save on gas and upkeep-highest official .4-4old

resale value.. Get modern aircraft-Sinjls-Unitt construction '

.It.rong. safe and rattleproof. See the: New /He*tot*!*AmrfcM,, ?Utk,W'|w casts it lost$345 tea Baa ,"'j
ORLANDO, FLORIDA Standard of Basic Excellence at your Rambler dealer's nlwi! any wjoo ratfrod byUw tsar dur major\ u.s. tn nAm.Kcardinj ". ; : <
b Banbctunrs III rfBe 4 dcftverttf l pt1tcS. ;
1702 '. 7' .... M wsjtatrtr'k *+d1p6w6fpice tbdrerf4 : tti6ss6rN Ir a
S. Blossom Trail. collect
Orange Call GArden 2-9839 -
wtk sqrsissts..30 msow,_*aM-tkK sews aqrmsfe AMncMktaton. : .

or write P. O. Box 3694; Orlando Florida .F. 114 BiROADWA .
-: :- !. : y. -r TI < : OSCEOLA MOTORS, INC. 1o *-** *, ** ,1mmee tw.

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.1 'I BUSINESS DIRECTORY I NOTICEIN TO By'iR8 Adoption LEO Her ; ;; .I I TS. F. WIlLIAMS Plaintiffs.JOSEPH Defendants., .et al.

TOO.. \ 9rrr TO:
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OSCEOLA styled : Joseph F: William also known

I . .. _. . . . COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. for the as J. V. Williams and S. J.. Williams
yyyyyyyyyyyyy yyyyy yyy yyyyyy y w- .vvvvvv"' '''''' CHARLES LESLIE KINO and RACHEL S'EAL. a ': : hia wife. whose place ofresidence
KINO hia wife. Plaintiffs LEROY and mailing address are
versus LULd PISEL. a widow etal unknown Eddie Williams and __u
We Wire flowers _Can ," 1>ef ndants. SUIT; : TO QUIET swer quired or &: I : ): ------__Williams, his wife. If he be
TITLE. NOTICE TO APPEAR. THE said married whoso place of residence.
Weddings, Funerals' Bouquets Parks Furniture Co. STATE OF FLORIDA TO: LULU granted. ;: and mailing address are unknown;
PISEL. widow. Jane Thompson and _____..... her
Ceramic Gifts Potted Plant* a c/o Pleasant View tloa.r, C.
For Prompt Repair of Your !
Home. Unlontown. Ohio;' and &1'1) U. husband If shj be married. whose
DIPORTANT NOTICE REFRIGERATOR. and all parties claiming Interestsby. orl.IDal.Ja$ : ; : place of residence and mailing.
Ellie Hugh's Florist through. under or aralnst th. of the. dress are unknown Lythia Thomp.
(Mrs. Key C. Grares) Phone TI 6-2171 days or above named known party; and March 4eri son also known as Lithe Thompson .
and ______ .
any and parties baringor -- ncr husband. It
Homestead exemption must be filed by Osceola 207 Broadway Phone TI-6-5591 TI 6-8579 niJ'huLOANS claiming; a-n right title or interest confesso Herein she be married whose place ot
In and to the following described ( residence and address
are unknown -
County home owners by April 1, for.the year.1960. lands located in Oaceola. County. 70 Witness ; Wesley Thompson and Ad
Florida. t -wtt: said court die Thompson. his wife. whose
Lots 29 and 20 of Block II of this tUa place .t residence and mailing address -
Magnolia Park Addition to the are unknown John Thompson -
County Tax Assessor Wade H. Lanier Jr. has
Town of Kisslmmee City. Osce and Almeda Thompson also
mailed homestead applications to established home ola County State of Florida known as Almedle Thompson his
according the official plat wife whose place of residence and
owners. FILLD Tt of the said Magnolia Park addition : mailing address are unknown: and
a. filed and recorded ." Clarence Story and ___Story
among the public records of ; his Wife, if he be married. whos
: Osceola County. Florida. on the CU; : : place of residence and mailing address -
If a person has recently acquired property in Os- Excavating 22nd day of December A. D.p23. \ ; ; o are unknown, if all. or an
ceola County and he desires to apply for homestead INSTALLMENT in Plat Book 1. on page ;: of the maid defendants be living
and If they or either ot them be
exemption, he should apply to Mr Lanier's office in the AUTO YOU AND EACH OP YOU ARE mee.ordinances a dead, their unknown heirs' at law,
Olin ForeNat'lBank HEREBY COMMANDED to be and will be ::{ : \ devisees legatees assignees. Hen-
county court house here prior to 1.
April .
TheFirst appear at the Courthouse in Klsimmee. mee. ors, creditors or other claimants,
Osceola County Florida March 19 : b>', through under or against such
the 14th day of March A. D. deceased.
on defendants; AND ALL
TI 72685 1960. and file your written defenses hI PERSONS; having or claiming; any
in the above entitled cause for a Interest In and to the lands described -
of Thicker Ave. at Oak St. which Is a suit to quiet the title o( City herein.
KissimmeeMeaaber Plaintiffs In and to the above described by the YOU AND EACH OF YOU. are
property. Should you fall of 1 1 hereby notified that Complaint has
Federal Des..It Dump Trucks For Hire to do so. Decree Pro Confesso will niclpal : been filed against you In the Circuit -
I lasaraace= Cerp. be ,entered against you. WITNESSthe THERE" Court in and for Oaceola
Honorable Frank A. Smith. one the name* County Florida which cause Is
GREEN'S FUELS of the Judges of the above Court. said offices entitled aa above. Herein the
Help! Help! liuzette my name a. Cleric thereof. and the official Plaintiffs aeek the quieting of till
Advertising Pays Seal of said Court at Klusimmee. quested to- : to property described as follows
and Service Osceola County. Florida this the written lying and being in Ooceoia County.
LESESNE ith day of .J" .b A. D. 19(0.s twenty-five rlorida to-wit
Phone TI 6-2171 TI 6-7141 / /" OLENN RAY : THE WEST HALF of the
Employment who
Agency are
KISSIMMEE Corbin & Defter Clerk Circuit'Court election \{ Southeast Quarter of the Northwest -
I iiI\;; Osceola Count Florida of
,. shall be 1U Quarter Section Fifteen
For Gas Delivery Phone 933 BRACK ST. Automotive ( SEAL ) of the : Ill). In Township Thirty (10)
George Stroup TI 6-8014 Complete Murray \V. Onr treet. Jr. ager later lUll : South, Range Thirty-three. (IS)
R. Davis TI 6-6903 (IC) Repair & Service Attorney for Plaintiffs. I960. : East. less the following two
P. 0. Box 492Kisnimmea BE IT* tractsTHE :
R. A. Fletcher TI 6-5511 i'lorid&l each I NORTH ONE FOURTH
Jimmie Jefferics BUY BONDSSAND f/U/ll/t S/3 of City of the West half of the South-
TW 2-2265 (St. Cloud) Opp. Court House TI 6-2331 m .)- : i east quarter of the Northwest
qualify } :: Quarter of Section 15. TownshIp -
For Gas Service, Phone NOTICE ,fXDKR FICTITIOtSAAUB : lar offl$: tp'( \ 34 South. Range 33 Eat
J. B. Rountree TI 6-7574 LAW date as : THE SOUTH 2 n feet of the
ROCK I RESOLV West half of the Southeast
Robert Allen TI 63084E. -
THEFirst TO ALL WHOM IT resolution quarter of the Northwest quar-
L. Dailey 11 67873R. MORTAR MIX I MAY CONCERN: diately : i htr of Section IS. Township 30
H. Hall TW 2-6202.St.Cloud NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN City South. Range 33 Bast
STEEL & WIRE MESH that pursuant to the "Fictitious AND YOU
or call H. T. Simmons Jljr. Name Statut,", Section 115.ot of simmee.Passed : : QUIRED to file with the afore
TI 6-2761 National BankOF I, the llil Florida statutes. the undersigned. 9th day of : \ said Court your written Appearance
M. J. Stanko TI 6-2144 who: are the only parties T (in person or by attorney) in
interested in the hereinafter
aid suit on or before the :nth
named business enterprise, will present XOTf day of March A. D. 1J60. and there.
proof of publication of this la the4te. after to file with said Court your
Notice and reglater with the Clerkof Os e. written defenses If any. in said
___ KISSIMMEE the Circuit Court of Osceola suit as prescribed by law. In de.
/ County Florida. the fictitious name In R The fault thereof. the cause will pro-
iiii-- "Rainbow Mobile Homes & Trailer CARRIE ceed ex parte upon the entry of a
Park" under which they are engaged To' all decree pro confesso against you.
in business on MichiganAvenue. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that
O ACRICO Kissimmee. Osceola County. Claims 'or ; : this Notice to Appear be published

A-A-C KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX Ray Carroll_..President Lucile Squires.._Asst. Cashier bated Florida Estate: ; in The Kissimmee Gazette a newspaper
at Kissimmee.' Osceola
You and having a general
John E. Carroll..Executive Emma B. QuirkAsst.Cashier
County Florida this the 8th day Osceola
nbtlfled'and County Florida. once a
The Nation's Leading Fertilizer Vice President and DIRECTORS of February. A. D 1J60. caims- week for four consecutive weeks.

.18% NORMAL PHOSPHATE Phone TI 6-6671 Personal Loan Officer Irlo Bronson N.Ray Carroll /WiLMA M. DTTMRER. tnay have prior to the aforesaid. 28th day of

r. .AA QUALITY GROUND U. S. Chapman..Vice President G. H.Prather Ellis F.Davis /WILHELMtXA 2/11/18/Z5:MULLER 33RESOLUTION Carrie ceola- ? : : March.WITNESS A. 1950.hand and the seal

PHOSPHATE ROCK Florence N. Story..Viee Pre U.S.Chapman H.O.Partin !7 Judge of said Court at Kissimmee. Osceola

let our Ranch and Grot. U. S. Chapman, Jr.......Cashier John E. Carroll lice in the County. Florida, this the 17th day -
Spreader Service fertilii mee.. of February. A. U. mo.
apply WHEREAS. under the laws and /./ GLENN
1 er and dolomite limestone. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.Each ordinances of the City of Kistim- months publication fr : Clerk Circuit Court

SKK us NOW FOR Depositor Insured Up To $10,000 Balan e.Kissimmee's mee Its general elections ar& re- claim or Osceola Countr Florida
ECONOMY; PRICES Iulred to be held on the last Tuea- Ing and (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
.1 of each and, residence Phillip It. Kellev of
Home BankROTHROCK aVIN\ : : i.
Friendly before regular be sworn : Roger and Kelley
.I Ranch and Grove I general election the Mayor-commis agent! or : Attorneys for Plaintiffs
sioner shall issue his proclamation become 12 East Monument Avenue
10 Emmett St. signed by him and attested by the KlMimmee Florida
This the
Spreader Service City Manager ordering said election 1160. :: ; : 2/25 3/3/10/17
at least thirty days prior to JHB3
the date set for said election: Admx.
the following Uon proclamatlon NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IV
FEED STOREPHONE be issued: Thacker I AND, FOR ()iiCiOI.CHUSTY..
TI 6-2821 IT IS HEREBY announced and 3 Klsslmmee, NO. un
proclaimed that a regular general
election In the City of Klasimmee : : W. J. STEED, et ux.. )
for fA* fcesf SEPTIC TANK CO. Florida will be held during the legal Plaintiffs. >
1n 6-3201 hours of voting on the 29th day \*. )
of March IUO In the City Fire Station HOWARD CLARKE et aLe )

.. f HI -- ; .' Culvert TilQ Jot! Driveways on Florida Stewart, for Avenue the purpose Ktssimmee. of- TO MAY ALL SUIT TO QUIET Defendant TITI4ENOTICE )

CarlW.RiedelR. Septic Tanks-a size for every need. electing termof a MayorcotmnlMtonerwhose office shall begin at. that NOTICE ; ; -OF SUIT

S 00 P. M on the first Tuesday in Name TOr'r. ,
Coy Conrad Cement Work-280 Gallon Grease Traps April 1960 for a period of one the 1941 A'7.r: Howard. Clarke and __>.____
year s. City Commissioner to succeed Afirrlgned. : Clarke hi* wife. If living. and
Funeral Directors Jess W. Thacker. City Commissioner r. I : : If either are dead. his or h.r
15 Years Experience.K. whose present term of business I unknown heirs devisers, legatees
ocice expires at 8:00 P. ),[. on the proof of grantees andcreditors..
C. ROTHROCK, owner and operator. Brut Tuesday In April. 19CO. for a tice and All persona natural or artificial
period of two years. and a City of the r : having or claiming to have any
Commissioner to succeed Thomas County. i right title or Interest In the
;t "Watch Kissimmee Grow"OSCEOLA K. Slain City Commissioner whose Haven ) < lands situate. lying and being
Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co. present term of office expires at Home I In OK&POU County. Florida, described -
8:00 P. !of. on the first Tuesday in In business aa8B :
t April. 19CO. for a period of two sjmmee.. 4 of S-WH of Section 3,
:years. Dated : Township 25 South Range 27
PHONE TI 6.6671i1 All persons possessing qualification County : East
: requisite to an elector In state
.of : You will hereby take notice that
elections and who have resided in ,*/ the plaintiffs have filed suit against
i the City of Kissimmee for a period you In the Circuit Court in and
BLUE PRINTING of six month next preceding the \ for Ovceola Count>. Florida to
29th day of March. and who :
1960 US TIlE quiet the title In the plaintiffs to
shall have been registered on the fTIT OP the property situate in Osceota
OPEN MON.-FRI. 8:30 A.M. 4 F.M. registration books of said City no.cordiqg COURT : County .Florida descrIbed above

j 7 DARLINGTON AYE. Phone TI1-11' .TI $-$' & ; BE WISEECONOMIZE- vote in to iJarg; shall general be entitled muni.cipal to (' your You defense are hereby to the required above to action file

election.Robert K.: C. I Il with the Clerk of the above styled
M Facer. C H. Lucas and VJ I.DAVID. Court %nd to serve a copy of the
Sara L. Lupfer. Ill as Inspectors.and U same upon steed !steed Vrban.
J. A. Boris as Clerk. or their VERA }'. : 1"'64 Metcalf Building. Orlando
accentors In office are hereby appointed Florida attorneys for plaintiff, on
I fl1.1iles.t1 SALES SERVICE to conduct said electionand % ( or before March 25. U60, Herein
sw ana make due returns thereof as fall not or a decree pro confesso
provided by law.
THE : will be entered agaInst )ou.
COMPLETE HOME: Io'1R 5RL CS Extra Quality Blocks DONE this 9th day of February DAVID IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
TV 1l1111i1 mo, at KUsimmee. Florida. VERA hereunto set my hand and affixed
1\I\ RILEY MILES 42 \ ... official
FURNITURE CO. : my seal| at KUsimmee, 011-
PARKS At No Extra Cost As Mayor-Commissioner New recta County Florida this 19th.
Kissimmee St. Cloud ATTEST: Suit to day of February. 1)60.
I U. Harold FarmerAs tnorttmte (ILKNN JLy'
[ T1- City Manager of Section Clerk of the Circuit Court
TI 6-4021 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED Range 31 By /s/ Ellanore O Jowers
that this resolution and said election Florida. Deputy Clerk
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL and INDUSTRIAL proclamation' shall be publish You and (CIRCUIT COURTKteed. SEAL)
ed in The Klvsimmee Gasette. a required to Steed A Urban
: ELECTRICAL CONTRACTINGLicensed weekly newspaper published In said swers to 100. Metealf Building
City once a week for at least thirty in against, : Orlando. Florida
and Bonded days next prior to the. date of said court Attorneys for Plaintiffs!
I FREE ESTIMATESCHILDERS OSCEOLA CEMENT said election. of upon 2/J5 3/3/10/17
that the form of official ballot to on the '

ELECTRIC"Where PRODUCTS INC. be used In said election shall be. decree -pro : 1, TUB COIRT OF TilE ("Ol"\Tr
substantially a* follows to-wit; against ; : JUDGE. I* ,AIls' FOIl OstKOLA!
\ : ; :
i Quality Counts"IS General Municipal Election pie.. IN RE!! THE ESTATE; OF
City of Kissimmee ruary. '19 tO. tfADIR 1,. RKtNNON. Iloceased.oI .
MONUMENT OFFICE PHONES TI 6-2981 -TI 7-2121 Make> a cross mark (X) before the > 1(1: TO KKDITOHN
NIGHT PHONE TI 6-5567 names of the candidates of your TO AIA CREDITORS.$. LEGATEES.
POll :.fA YOn-CO oInSSIOiER. Ellis F. t> d HAVINli CLAIMS OR l>hMANDS -
Hunting Equipment Vote for one.GROUP 4 )arlllt AGAINST SAID ESTVTKTon .
Klsstmmee. and each of you are hereby
Fishing Tackle Attorney notified and required to prevent any
: claims which \ou or either of you
J I I Ii may have against tbEstate of
_ _
RADIO DISPATCHED Clatking .- \OTICLl : : : I'adleL: Brannon. deceased late of
ONE*, : :" Beaver County Pennsylvania, to
GUNSMITHING Vote for one. the. Oeunty Judge of Onceola Count
I : Boots and ShQes, FOR. CITY COMMISSIONER TO ALL "" ,. Florida at KlMlmmce, Florida
FISHING TACKLE= REPAIR Fer, .' Two-year Term to succeed MAY (' wilMa 4gbt calendar months Iron
Thomas K. Bis In NOTICE the data *f the first publication of
: that ,.. this nettcw. Each claim or demand
Your Dollar Buys More At The Army Store I r-r-I ". I II Name :! must ... In writing and must state
i I I II. the 111 }' the plan *f residence of the claim-
STORE I. I I I II I II dersigned. :; apt. ad be sworn to by claimant
ARMY SURPLUS ties e few agwat or attorney, or the samt.
I I I I ,. ;I named will become void according to law.
TI 6-5551 I I sent proof : .TJ; >** the 28th day of a'ebruary.I ,
90S Main St. Kissimmee : Notice and .
r N. ,., -- of the- (' E. DALE BRANNONAeillary
FOR CITY COMMISSIONER' Count ; < Executor of the
.For Two-j? 'Term to succeed. *'Lake "' Estate pf. Sadie M. BrannoD.d .
Jens W. Thacker they are eascd.
f I O Cornty Attorney for Ancillary Executorh..lmm.
FliI I 11knary? ; ... Florida

I COMPLETE : -. ; 2/25 3/3/10/17

W _____ I I' t -

Hearing Aid Service the City Manager be. and ae--to NINTH ; : :
hereby avthorited: and direct! te AWI' FOR ; t iri.S'
i have the 'necessary: official ftallaUprlated. FlXiRlUA.
AT and make.aU. siml:\' other q e-. ,
.rra..U and do alt other
& nuntels may b. necessary focomivcng nun nno .
t and Supplies f ar all makes things a* said election according p tn '

to ".. : :\ .. .. DeMle.J.tJrJttt
ConminiMier filaln moved the J. A. nc
available Tuesday in .C the foregoing rc'91tton. -
HAHHELSONSTEEI Trained Consultant adoption
Th* metiAa was aee 4e4. beCossmbastoa.r .iscir4 : ; : .S495A t=
Rosrers.. aaa pttl :$ -
vote carried* follIes: fanm-frttto washable
ff street MB*
Kissimraee i and Friday In St. CJoud. T .\ : A. n yvrt far r.dnctL4 tofuinil hernIa Racka4Jeet.e.
i & SUPPLY CO; INC. Tbacker: ,AutrelIlies, BUla. Sis' wife I Mte er ate 4. : : AainstaMe lef ctraa MA. Rat fretaswt.
Evenings By Appointment heirs. d i : *. steel or ieather tanda. F.,
NAU: : and 1 .... e UUro. tU. crscr* give
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